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and believed that Congress was authorized to establish a national bank. SECTION 3. 1. whiskey. 2. Neutrality Proclamation. 3. John Jay. 4. privateers. 5. debt. 6. Pinckney's Treaty. 7. Little Turtle. 8. French Revolution. 9. Treaty of Greenville. 10.
The elements in each vertical column on the periodic table usually have similar properties and are called a(n) PRTs1.4.1 a. period. c. element. b. group.
election of 1836, he became unpopular as a result of the Panic of 1837. ______ 2. Because this region relied on manufac- turing, they supported high tariffs on.
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SECTION 3. 1. d, Great Britain. 2. e, impressment. 3. f, James Madison. 4. a, Embargo Act. 5. i, Tecumseh. 6. m, William Henry Harrison. 7. l, War Hawks. 8. k, USS Constitution. 9. b, France. 10. g, Non-Intercourse Act. SECTION 4. 1. Great Britain. 2
SECTION 2. 1. c, Martin Van Buren. 2. d, North. 3. j, states' rights. 4. a, Daniel Webster. 5. g, Second Bank of the United States. 6. i, South. 7. e, Nullification Crisis. 8. k, Tariff of Abominations. 9. m, William Henry Harrison. 10. h, regional.
The Civil War. Section Quiz. FILL IN THE BLANK For each of the following statements, fill in the blank with the appropriate word, phrase, or name. 1. The.
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Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures. Name. Class. Date ... ______ 2. a sample of matter, either a single element or a single ... (Teacher Note: The graph should.
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Gases Section Quiz: Gases and Pressure In the space provided, write the letter of the term or phrase that best completes each sentence or best answers each question.
_____ 1. What causes a gas to exert pressure? a. collisions b. density c. temperature d. elevation _____ 2. The SI unit for pressure is a. newton. b. mm Hg. c. pascal. d. liter. _____ 3. The pressure exerted by a gas does not depend on a. temperature. b. volume. c. number of moles present. d. the identity of the gas. _____ 4. At sea level, the average height of mercury in a barometer is a. 760 mm. b. 101 325 atm. c. 1.01 325 Pa. d. All of the above _____ 5. Standard temperature and pressure are a. 32°F and 10 atm. b. 0°C and 1 atm. c. 10 K and 1 atm. d. 0°F and 1 atm.
_____ 6. Which of the following is not a unit of pressure? a. torr b. pascal c. newton d. atmosphere _____ 7. A pressure of 760.0 mm Hg is equal to a. 1.000 atm. b. 10.00 atm. c. 100.0 atm. d. 7.600 atm. _____ 8. A pressure of 20 torr is equal to a. 133.322 Pa. b. 20 Pa. c. 20 mm Hg. d. 1 mm Hg. _____ 9. Who developed the concept that the total pressure of a mixture of gases is the sum of their partial pressures? a. Charles b. Boyle c. Dalton d. Kelvin _____ 10. Gases collected by water displacement contain a. H2O(g). b. H2O(l). c. H2O(s) and H2O(l). d. H2O(l) and H2O(g).