thunder Rosa vobcab word

Term Definition
compare to show similarities between objects,ideas,people,place,events,or passages
contrast to show differences between objects, ideas, people, events, or passages
multiple-meaning words words that are spelled the same but have more than one meaning
style an author's word choice, language, and sentence construction
analyze to study or find out the relationship of the parts of a text
branded marked by burning the skin with a hot iron
lullaby a song for singing to a child
daintily with delicate beauty; freshly or prettily
devastation waste; destruction
pitch thick, sticky, black substance made from tar or turpentine
thieving stealing
constructed built or fitted together
veins blood vessels that carry blood from all parts of the body to the heart

COMING DISTRACTIONS VOCAB

Term Definition
entertaining Something that is funny or enjoyable
promote The help something to happen
focus To concentrate
advertise Something created to help sell a product
jolts bursts
critics One who expresses an opinion about something
target A goal to be achieved
thrilling exciting
angles positions
generated created

Inside the earth

Term Definition
Crust The thin and solid outermost layer of the Earth above the mantle.
Mantle The layer of rock between the Eartha??s crust and core.
Core The central part of the Earth below the mantle.
Lithosphere The solid, outer layer of the Earth that consists of the crust and the rigid upper part of the mantle.
Asthenosphere
The soft layer of the mantle on which the tectonic plates move.
Mesosphere The strong, lower part of the mantle between the asthenosphere and the outer core.
Tectonic plates A block of lithosphere that consists of the crust and the rigid, outermost part of the mantle.
Continental drift The hypothesis that states that the continents once formed a single landmass, broke up, and drifted to their present locations.
Sea-floor spreading The process by which new oceanic lithosphere forms as magma rises toward the surface and solidifies.
Plates tectonics The theory that explains how large pieces of the Eartha??s outermost layer, called tectonic plates, move and change shape.
Convergent boundary The boundary formed by the collision of two lithosphere plates.
Divergent boundary The boundary between two tectonic plates that are moving away from each other.
Transform boundary The boundary between tectonic plates that are sliding past each other horizontally.
Compression Stress that occurs when forces act to squeeze an object.
Tension Stress that occurs when forces act to stretch an object.
Folding The bending of rock layers due to stress.
Fault A break in a body of rock along which one block slides relative to another.
Uplift The rising of regions of the Eartha??s crust to higher elevations.
Subsidence The sinking of regions of the Eartha??s crust to lower elevations.

AMP 2 Final

Question Answer
Frequency considered dangerous to humans? 3KHz-300GHz
First sign of RF exposure? Feeling Sick
What is wetting in terms of soldering? When the metal from the solder mixes with the metal its applied to.
Alloy in solder for electrical application? Tin & Lead
Color of extractor for 16 gauge wire? Blue
Side of connector that contains sockets? Plug
Connector used for wire with dual shields? Traxial connector
Nominal impedance for aircraft antennas? 50 ohms
Aircraft systems that us hertzian antennas? VOR, Localizer, & GLideslope.
Antenna length determines what? Frequency
Kow how to correctly tie a wire bundle. Alpha
Acceptable amount of bonding resistance? .001 ohms
What is considered to be a continuous load? 2min or more
What bonding method is used for composite aircraft? Wire mesh
Typical output voltage for TRU? 28VDC
What supplies power to AC busses? AC generators
Where can you find information to preform an altimeter check? FAAR 43 Appendix E
Altimeter works off of what pressure? Static
Dry type vacuum pumps require what? Inspection hole
What does RVSM stand for? Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum
Principle benefits of RVSM Double airspace from 290 to 410
Class of amplification for the final stage of FM amplification? Class C
Buffer amp purpose? Amplify RF signal without overloading the oscillator circuit.
What does an oscillator do in digital circuits? Generates constant frequency as reference signal.
What produces the RF wave in a digital circuit? counters
What type of modulation does VHF use? AM
What is FMS? Flight Management System
Is ACARS a free service? No
ACARS ATA code? 32-20
HF transmits what propagation wave? Sky Wave
What is a loading coil? Electronically lengthens antenna.
Method of transmission for SATCOM? Duplex
The phased array antennas exhibit low gain and directionality? No
Sectional chart runway lengths are in what unit of measurement? 100's of feet
Legend? Shows what sectional is contained in the map.
what frequency band does ADF operate? Low to Med
NDB station? Non Directional Beacon with ADF ground stations.
Bandwidth used for VOR? 108MHz-117.95MHz
VOR CDI each dot is how many degrees? 2
Localizer gives what reference to the pilot? Horizontal
Where is the MLS info displayed? ILS instruments
What does the modulator do in a DME system? Triggers gaussian shape pulses.
What is the RRTN of DME? 12.36 ms
What systems were designed to eliminate RAIM? WASS & LAAS
Who uses GPS L1 frequencies? Civilians
Major advantage of INS? Requires no external signal.
How does SAW measure acceleration? Change in frequency
Long the distance to the target pulses become what? Slower
How does a storm scope system operate? Only as a receiver
System requirements for weather data link? Antenna, receiver, & display.

Thunder Rose vocab words

Term Definition
compare to show simlates
contrast to show diffrenses
multple meaning word words that are spelled the same
style an authors word choice language
Analyze to study or find out the relationship
Branded marked by burning the skin
constructed fitted together
lullaby a song for singing
Daintily with delicate beauty
Devastation waste destrucion
pitch thik black sticky substance

Thunder Rose vocab words

Term Definition
compare To show similarities between objects,ideas,people,places,events, or passages.
contrast To show differences between objects,ideas,people,places,events, or passages.
multiple-meaning word Words that are spelled the same but have more than one meaning
style an author's word choice,language,and sentence construction
analyze to study or find out the relationship of the parts of a text
branded marked by burning the skin with hot iron
constructed fitted together;built
lullaby a song for singing to a child
daintily with delicate beauty;prettily and freshly
devastation waste;destruction
pitch thick,black,sticky,substance made from tar or turpenine
resourceful good at thinking of ways to do things
thieving stealing
viens blood vessels that carry blood to the heart from all parts of the body

SC Rebellion Lesson 4

Question Answer
rebellion is a deliberate and sometimes organized attempt to resist authority
militia to pursue the rebel slaves
tariff is a tax on goods that come from other countries
embargo is an official ban on trade
squatter is a person who lives on land or property that he or she does not own
vigilante is a citizen or group of citizens who take it upon themselves to punish criminals
headright the system allowed people to get land, some political influence
faction is a small group of people who disagree with or challenge the authority of the people in power
plundered (robbed) several ships and held a group of passengers hostage, including Samuel Wragg a member of the SC governing council
mercantilism According to the policy, colonies existed to benefit the mother, or home, country
mother country and her colonies
Naval stores are prouducts such as tar, rosin, pitch, and turpentine made from sticky sap of pine trees
bounty in practice, this meant that England paid a reward to colonists who received naval stores
quarantined (separated from others) aboard the ship for several months

Stack 1 Vocab

Term Definition
What is Health The combination of health and fitness.
What is Wellness how well your body is.
What is Lifestyle factor Choices you make determine your everyday life.
What is Risk factor The of risk a choice take to choose.
What is Prevention Practicing healthy habits to keep a person well and free from disease and other ailments.
What is Heredity All the traits and properties that are passed along biologically from from parent to child.
What is Environment The sum total of your surroundings your family, where you grew up, where you live now.
What is Peers People the same age who share a similar range of interest.
What is Culture The collective beliefs, customs, and behaviors of a group.
What is Values Beliefs and standards of conduct that you find important.
What is abstinence The conscious decision to avoid harmful behaviors, including sexual activity before marriage and the use of tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs.
What is Cumulative risks Something you might say that may hurt someone internally.
What is Goals Something you aim for that takes planning and work.

Economic Systems

Term Definition
Questions Answered 1.) What to Produce?2.) How to Produce it?3.) For whom to Produce it for?
Traditional Who has the resources: All members of the economy. EX: Hunters Gatherers
Bartering exchanging one good or service for another with out money (currency)
Capitalism Economic systems in which private owners control the production of goods and services and profit
Supply How much people have or is available
Demand How much people want
Command Government decides what goods or services are made and how they will be made
Market Economic systems based on free trade and competition
Mixed Combination of government and privately owned businesses
Specialalization Making a living doing what a person does best
Natural Resources Items that come from the world around us that we use for our own purposes EX: oil, trees, water,soil
Capital Goods Items that people need to preform their jobs EX: computer and update
Human Capital A supply of people who can produce goods and services Training ,Education, Heath Care
Entrepreneur People with new ideas that are willing to take a risk to start a business or make a product
Embargo Bans on trading with another country for political reasons or Forbids trade
Tariffs A tax placed on imported goods (goods brought in from another country )
Quota Number limit on how many items of a particular number can be imported from a particular country
Economics The social science that deals with the production distribution and consumption of goods and services
GDP The average annual income of a nations citizens
Standard of Living Level of comfort in every day life
Literacy Rate The percentage of people in a country who can read and write
Currency Money, Canadian Dollar, Mexican Peso, Brazillian Real, EU Euros
Exchange Rate Converting one nations money into an equal value of another nations money