Question Answer
U.S. disbanded the Iraqi army, adding to unemployment. Refused to include ——– in the new government, even they were the most qualified. Ba’ath Party
___________ attacks began almost immediately. Insurgent
_____________ was tried by an Iraqi court and found guilt of crimes against humanity. Saddam Hussein
Hussein killed ten of thousands of __________and ________ after the war. Kurdistan and Shia Rebels.
1970's huge profits from oil goes to the __________. Sunnis
1979 ____________ comes to power. Saddam Hussein
What years did the Iran – Iraq War go on? 1980-1988
Shias in Iraq supported the new __________ ruler Iran. Shias
Iraq attacked disputed region on the _________ countries' borders 2
Peace agreement was signed in what year? 1988
Iraq claimed that Kuwiat was part of Iraqi territory and that Kuwait's over production of _________was hurting the Iraqi ________. oil, economy
___________ zones in North and South protect Kurds and Shias . No-Fly
Poor Shias begin to follow the lead of _____________ Ayatollah
In 2002, President _______ insists that Iraq allow _______ inspectors into the country. Bush, UN
This war invades to remove Hussien from power. US War in Iraq, 2003
Iraq is working to rebuild the country while still facing frequent __________. bombing and attacks

ELT Preffixes

Question Answer
a- (away from, negative, and without)
ab- (away from)
ad- (toward or in the direction of)
dys- (difficult, painful, or bad)
hyper- (over, above, or increased)
hypo- (below, under, decreased)
inter- (between or among)
intra- (within or inside)
poly- (many)
sub- (under, less, or below)
super-or supra- (above, excessive, or beyond)

Unit 3 Legislative Branch Vocabulary

Term Definition
Legislative Branch Branch of government that creates the laws
Impeachment when the majority of the members of the house of representatives accuse the president or other high government officials, such as federal judge, of serious wrongdoing
Appropriations Divided among districts
Speaker of the house The presiding officer of the house of represenatives
Bicameral two house-in a legislator with two houses
Vice President The president that is backup for the current presedent
Standing commitee Committee that controls the fate of bills
Majority Party
Redistricting The party with most members in congress
Re-apportionment The party with most members in congress
President Pro Tempore
Conference commitee
Joint Session
Implied powers
Minority powers
Checks and balances
Interest groups Groups of people who work together with the same interests and goals

ELT prefixes

Question Answer
a- (away from, negative, and without)
ab- (away from)
ad- (toward or in the direction of)
dys- (difficult, painful, or bad)
hyper- (over, above, or increased)
hypo- (below, under, decreased)
inter- (between or among)
intra- (within or inside)
poly- (many)
sub- (under, less, or below)
super- or supra- (above, excessive, or beyond)


Question Answer
CELL MEMBRANE/ PLASMA MEMBRANE Surrounds the cell, semi-permeable, and composed of proteins & lipids
NUCLEUS Controls all cell activities
GOLGI BODIES / GOLGI COMPLEX Folded membranes in cytoplasmInvolved in secretion & cellular transport
ENDOPLASMIC RECTICULUM Channels in the cytoplasm (connected to the nucleus) that bring materials (proteins) around the cell.ROUGH ER- Ribosomes attached to the surfaceSMOOTH ER – No ribosomes (creates & stores lipids & steroids)
MITOCHONDRIA Powerhouse of the cellSite of CELLULAR RESPIRATIONTakes in nutrients, breaks them down into ENERGY-RICH molecules for the cellProduce the ENERGY of the cell (ATP)
CYTOPLASM Jelly-like substance makes up much of the cell INSIDE the cell membraneContains organelles
RIBOSOMES Directly involved in protein synthesis
VACUOLES Storage for cell (nutrients, wastes…)Larger in Plant Cell (Fewer)Smaller in animal cells (many)
LYSOSOMES Damaged or old cell parts are destroyed by digesitive enzymes
NUCLEOLOUS Found inside of the nucleusRibosomes are FOUND here
CHLOROPLAST FOUND ONLY IN PLANTSSite of photosynthesisMostly found in leaves of plant
CELL WALL FOUND ONLY IN PLANTSRigid outer layer gives plants structure
ATP Adenosine Triphosphate = ENERGYHigh energy molecule that stores the energy we need to do ANYTHINGreleases energy when broken down into ADP
PHOTOSYNTHESIS The process by which GREEN plants & some other organisms use SUNLIGHT to "synthesize" foods from carbon dioxide & water.Carbon Dioxide + water -> Glucose + Oxygen + Water Vapor
PROKARYOTIC Simple cell, no membrane-bound organelles and free-flowing DNA. Bacteria are the most common example. NO NUCLEUS!
EUKARYOTIC Plant, animal, fungi, and protist cells,LARGER than prokaryotes, have organelles bound by membranes (like nuclei and mitochondria).
RECEPTOR PROTEINS Attach to hormones and neurotransmitters for cell communications
TRANSPORT PROTEINS Move substances across the membranes
CYCLOSIS Movement of cytoplasm around the cell
NUCLEOLOUS Produces RIBosomes
NUCLEAR PORES Holes in the nuclear envelope for RNA and proteins to pass through
NUCLEAR ENVELOPE The membrane that surrounds the nucleus
SMOOTH ER Contains NO RIBosomes
ROUGH ER RIBosomes are attached
CELL THEORY 1. All living things are made up of cells2. All cells carry out their own functions3. All cells come from pre-existing cells
EXCEPTIONS TO THE CELL THEORY 1. Viruses2. Mitochondria & Chloroplasts (have own DNA)3. The FIRST cell
UNICELLULAR Made up of 1 cell (single celled organism)
MULTICELLULAR Made up of many cells functioning together
CELL Smallest Unit of structure & function in all living organisms
TISSUE Consists of specialized cells and their product
ORGAN Made up of different tissues, it is usually self-contained and has a vital function for the organism
ORGAN SYSTEM A group of organs that work together to form one or more functions.
ORGANISM An individual comprised of many organ systems to allow the organism to survive.

ELT prefixes

Question Answer
a- (away from, negative, and without)
ab- (away from)
ad- (toward or in the direction of)
dys- (difficult, painful, or bad)
hyper- (over, above, or increased)
hypo- (below, under, decreased)
inter- (between or among)
intra- (within or inside)
poly- (many)
sub- (under, less, or below)
super- supra- (above, excessive, or beyond)

CMS 1500 Stack #2653875

Question Answer
What is on block 1 A Insured's name
What is on block 2 Patient's name(last, first, middle)
What is on block 3 Patient's D O B
What is on Block 4 Insured's last, first, middle
What is on Block 5 Patient permanent address
What is on Block 6 Patient's relationship to the insured(self, spouse, child, or other)
What is on Block 7 Insured's address
What is on Block 8 Left blank
What is on block 9 Secondary insurance (last, first, middle)
What is on block 9 A Policy and group number
What is on block 9b Left blank
What is on block 9c Left blank
What is on block 9d Secondary insurance name
What is on block 10 Related to liability case
What is on block 10d Left blank
What is on block 11 Primary insurance group number
What is on block 11 A
Primary DOB and sex
What is on block 11b Reference another claim ID
What is on block 11c Primary insurance plan name
What is on block 11d Another health plan
What is on block 12 Signature and date
What is on block 13 Insured's or authorized person signature
What is on block 14 Current illness, injury, or pregnancy
What is on block 15 Other date
What is on block 16 Dates patients unable to work in current occupation
What is on block 17 Name of referring provider or other source
What is on block 17 A ID number of referring physician
What is on block 17b NPI Enter referring providing NPI Number
What is on block 18 Hospitalization date
What is on block 19 Additional claim information
What is on block 20 Outside lab
What is on block 21 Diagnosis or nature or illness
What is on block 22 Resubmission code
What is on block 23 Prior authorization number
What is on block 24 A Date of service
What is on block 24b Place of service
What is on block 24c Emergency indicator
What is on block 24d Procedures, services, or supplies
What is on block 24e Diagnostic pointer
What is on block 24f $ charges
What is on block 24 g Days or units
What is on block 24h EPSDT Family plan
What is on block 24i ID Qualifier
What is on block 24j Rendering provider ID
What is on block 25 Federal tax ID number
What is on block 26 Patient's account number
What is on block 27 Accept assignment
What is on block 28 Total charge
What is on block 29 Amount paid
What is on block 30 Balance
What is on block 31 Signature of Physicians or supplier
What is on block 32 Service facility location
What is on block 32 A Enter NPI
What is on block 32b Medi-cal provider number for service facility
What is on block 33 Billing provider information and phone
What is on block 33 A NPI number for billing provider
What is on block 33b NPI medical provider number for the billing provider


Question Answer
Marquis De layfette Marie-Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette, in the United States often known simply as Lafayette, was a French aristocrat and military officer who fought in the American Revolutionary War.
ally a state formally cooperating with another for a military or other purpose, typically by treaty.
bayonett a swordlike stabbing blade that may be fixed to the muzzle of a rifle for use in hand-to-hand fighting
desert abandon (a person, cause, or organization) in a way considered disloyal or treacherous
privateer an armed ship owned and officered by private individuals holding a government commission and authorized for use in war, especially in the capture of enemy merchant shipping.
James Forten James Forten was an African-American abolitionist and wealthy businessman in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Born free in the city, he became a sailmaker after the American Revolutionary War
John Paul JOnes John Paul Jones was the United States' first well-known naval commander in the American Revolutionary War

Stack #2603147

Question Answer
Prototype A preliminary sketch of an idea or model for something new. It’s the original drawing from which something real might be built or created
Binary Question a question to which there are only two possible answers.
Binary Message a message that can only be one of two possible values
Bit A contraction of "Binary Digit". A bit is the single unit of information in a computer, typically represented as a 0 or 1.
Bit rate (sometimes written bitrate) the number of bits that are conveyed or processed per unit of time. e.g. 8 bits/sec.
Protocol A set of rules governing the exchange or transmission of data between devices.
Bandwidth Transmission capacity measure by bit rate
Latency Time it takes for a bit to travel from its sender to its receiver.
ASCII ASCII – American Standard Code for Information Interchange. ASCII is the universally recognized raw text format that any computer can understand.
code (v) to write code, or to write instructions for a computer.
Request for Comments (RFC) ((Chapter 2 Start)) documents are how standards and protocols are defined and published for all to see on the IETF website.
IP Address A number assigned to any item that is connected to the Internet.
Packets Small chunks of information that have been carefully formed from larger chunks of information.
Network Redundancy having multiple backups to ensure reliability during cases of high usage or failure
TCP provides reliable, ordered, and error-checked delivery of a stream of packets on the internet. TCP is tightly linked with IP and usually seen as TCP/IP in writing.
DNS provides reliable, ordered, and error-checked delivery of a stream of packets on the internet. TCP is tightly linked with IP and usually seen as TCP/IP in writing.
HTTP: Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is the protocol used by the World Wide Web. It describes how messages are formatted and interchanged, and how web servers respond to commands.
Abstraction Reducing information and detail to focus on essential characteristics.
Server A computer that awaits and responds to requests for data.
Client ((Chapter 2 End)) A computer that requests data stored on a server.

CHCS-Grammer 7th-2017-Prop, Conj, Inter

prepositions a word that shows the relationship between its object and another word
object of the preposition the noun or pronoun that follows the prep
How many prepositions have objects all
prepositional phrase a prep and its object form
What is the use of the prepositional phrase modify nouns
when does a noun comes after the noun normally
how can prepositional phrases used adjectives describing nouns and adverbs describing verbs
conjunction a connecting word that joins a sentence
coordinating conjuntons must join words that share the same function
interjections stand alone indicate emotion, agreement, greeting, hesitation