1. A. Naive- (adjective) lack of experience
B. A person's writing can show if they're naive or experienced in writing.
C. a person
2. A. Niche- (verb) comfortable place in life
B. I have found a niche for myself, in sports, and school.
C. a job
3. A. Obliterate-(verb)destroy or wipe out
B. Autumn obliterated me the first time at checkers, but I beat her the second time.
C. A natural disaster can obliterate things.
4. A. Gratify-(verb) giving pleasure or satisfaction
B. I highly gratify all the things you have son for me, in the past.
C. Say thank you to someone.
5. A. Infinite-(adjective) limetless or endless
B. Sometimes when you're bored, time feels infinite.
C. You're goals in life.
6. coefficient-the numerical factor of a term
B. 5x, five is the coefficient.
7.multiplicative inverse-two numbers with a product of 1, also known as the reciprocal of a number
B. 12/1 is the multiplicative inverse of 1/12
8. identity-An equation that is true for every value of the variable.
9. null set-empty set, meaning there is no solution for an equation
B. The set of squares with 5 sides.
10. properties-statements that are true for all numbers
B. a+ 0=a Additive Identity Property
11.embody- (verb) be an expression of visible form to (an idea, quality, or feeling).
B. A smile on your face will usually embody, that you're happy.
C. The five stars for ratings.
12.exasperate-(verb) irritate intensely
B. Sometimes people can exasperate me so much, I can't tolerate to be around them any longer.
C. Mosquitoes exasperate me.
13.fiasco-(noun) something that is a complete failure
B. Me trying to jump hurdles would be a complete fiasco.
C. A not well thought out plan.
14.garnish-(verb) to decorate or embellish
B. At Christmas I garnish the tree with ornaments and tinsel.
C. A room in a house.
15.heritage-(noun) property that is or may be inherited
B. I have a watch, that will be one of my children's heritage.
C. A family heirloom.
16. Plate- (noun) The two sub-layers of the earth's crust that move, float, and sometimes fracture and whose interaction causes continental drift, earthquakes, volcanoes, mountains, and oceanic trenches.
B. When two plates in the ground rub against each other, they make earthquakes.
C. the tectonic plates
17. Ring of Fire- (pronoun) Major area in the basin of the Pacific Ocean where a large number of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur.
B. The western part of the United States is close to the Ring of Fire.
C. a group of volcanos
18.Pangea- (noun) a hypothetical supercontinent that included all current land masses, believed to have been in existence before the continents broke apart during the Triassic and Jurassic Periods.
B. There is a theory that the world had a pangea, and the seven continents where created by the tectonic plates clashing together.
C. the seven continents
19. Fault- a crack in the earth
B. In 1906 an earthquake made a fault in the ground in San Francisco, CA, US.
C. the San Francisco earthquake
20. Isostatic rebound- the rise of land masses that were depressed by the huge weight of ice sheets during the last glacial period
B. When a isostatic rebound happens land rises and with it bodies of water rise too.
C. antarctic glaciers
21. sympathy-(noun) feelings of pity and sorrow for someone else's misfortune.
B. If you donate food for a food drive you're showing sympathy, because you feel bad for those people.
C. Sending a letter to someone that lost a loved one.
22. empathy- (noun) the ability to understand and share the feelings of another
B. It's scientifically proven that if you see or hear someone yawn, and you yawn. You have a lot of empathy.
C. My friends give me a lot of empathy when I'm sad, sick, or just plain not into it that day.
23. apathy-(noun) lack of interest, enthusiasm, or concern
B. When I'm really tired I act like I have a lot of apathy for things, but I really don't.
C. When I have to get my shots for school.
24. connotation-(noun) an idea or feeling that a word invokes in addition to its literal or primary meaning
B. Sometimes authors use the connotation meaning of words, to make their articles more interesting.
C. "Snow day" a day when I don't have school
25. denotation-(noun) the literal or primary meaning of a word, in contrast to the feelings or ideas that the word suggests
B. The dictionary has the denotation meanings of words in them.
C. "Snow day" a day with a lot of snow