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  1. Fall Final Exam Review ESPS

  2. Principal Thomas notices that every time it rains there are worms on the school parking lot. Which step of the scientific method is this? a. Observation b. Experiment c. Analysis and Conclusion d. Hypothesis Question 1

  3. Principal Thomas notices that every time it rains there are worms on the school parking lot. Which step of the scientific method is this? a. Observation b. Experiment c. Analysis and Conclusion d. Hypothesis Question 1

  4. Which of the following is NOT a Terrestrial Planet? a. Earth b. Pluto c. Venus d. Mars Question 2

  5. Which of the following is NOT a Terrestrial Planet? a. Earth b. Pluto c. Venus d. Mars Question 2

  6. Small, dense, and solid rocky surfaces are characteristics of…. a. gas giants b. satellites c. terrestrial planets d. stars Question 3

  7. Small, dense, and solid rocky surfaces are characteristics of…. a. gas giants b. satellites c. terrestrial planets d. stars Question 3

  8. Which of the following is NOT a Gas Giant? a. Mars b. Jupiter c. Uranus d. Saturn Question 4

  9. Which of the following is NOT a Gas Giant? a. Mars b. Jupiter c. Uranus d. Saturn Question 4

  10. Water on the earth’s surface is referred to as the __________. a. hemisphere b. photosphere c. chromosphere d. hydrosphere Question 5

  11. Water on the earth’s surface is referred to as the __________. a. hemisphere b. photosphere c. chromosphere d. hydrosphere Question 5

  12. ___________ is a model for the formation of the solar system where the sun and the planets condensed from a cloud of dust and gas. a. Nebular Hypothesis b. Big Bang Theory c. geocentric model d. heliocentric model Question 6

  13. ___________ is a model for the formation of the solar system where the sun and the planets condensed from a cloud of dust and gas. a. Nebular Hypothesis b. Big Bang Theory c. geocentric model d. heliocentric model Question 6

  14. The sun has 6 layers including the core, corona, convection zone, radiative zone, photosphere, and _________. a. hydrosphere b. chromosphere c. hemisphere d. flare Question 7

  15. The sun has 6 layers including the core, corona, convection zone, radiative zone, photosphere, and _________. a. hydrosphere b. chromosphere c. hemisphere d. flare Question 7

  16. A _________ orbits the sun and round due to gravity, but has not cleared its orbital path. a. asteroid b. dwarf planet c. planet d. satellite Question 8

  17. A _________ orbits the sun and round due to gravity, but has not cleared its orbital path. a. asteroid b. dwarf planet c. planet d. satellite Question 8

  18. Black holes and neutron stars are the possible outcomes of a(n) __________. a. red giant b. supernova c. nebula d. exoplanet Question 9

  19. Black holes and neutron stars are the possible outcomes of a(n) __________. a. red giant b. supernova c. nebula d. exoplanet Question 9

  20. Which of the following factors does NOT affect the brightness of a star? a. age b. temperature c. distance from Earth d. size Question 10

  21. Which of the following factors does NOT affect the brightness of a star? a. age b. temperature c. distance from Earth d. size Question 10

  22. Earth’s moon is theorized to be a piece of…… a. meteor b. asteroid c. Earth d. another planet Question 11

  23. Earth’s moon is theorized to be a piece of…… a. meteor b. asteroid c. Earth d. another planet Question 11

  24. How does mass relate to gravitational force? a. less mass = more force b. more mass = less force c. more mass = more force d. they’re not related Question 12

  25. How does mass relate to gravitational force? a. less mass = more force b. more mass = less force c. more mass = more force d. they’re not related Question 12

  26. Which of the following is NOT a possibility for the future of the universe? a. remain exactly as it is now b. gradually slow & reach size limit c. expand forever d. collapse Question 13

  27. Which of the following is NOT a possibility for the future of the universe? a. remain exactly as it is now b. gradually slow & reach size limit c. expand forever d. collapse Question 13

  28. The upper portion of the mantle just below the lithosphere is called the: a. Mid Ocean Ridge c. Asthenosphere b. Rift Valley d. Mesophere Question 14

  29. The upper portion of the mantle just below the lithosphere is called the: a. Mid Ocean Ridge c. Asthenosphere b. Rift Valley d. Mesophere Question 14

  30. The two types of crust: a. Oceanic and Inner Core b. Inner Core and Mantle c. Continental and Inner Core d. Oceanic and Continental Question 15

  31. The two types of crust: a. Oceanic and Inner Core b. Inner Core and Mantle c. Continental and Inner Core d. Oceanic and Continental Question 15

  32. When 2 oceanic plates collide, which land feature forms? a. Mountain c. Volcano b. Rift Valley d. Hot Spot Question 16

  33. When 2 oceanic plates collide, which land feature forms? a. Mountain c. Volcano b. Rift Valley d. Hot Spot Question 16

  34. P waves pass through the outer core but S waves do not. This is because: a. The temperature of the outer core is too high for S waves to pass through b. S waves are transverse and the outer core only allows longitudinal waves to pass through c. The outer core is radioactive and the rest of the Earth is not d. The outer core is liquid and S waves do not pass through a liquid Question 17

  35. P waves pass through the outer core but S waves do not. This is because: a. The temperature of the outer core is too high for S waves to pass through b. S waves are transverse and the outer core only allows longitudinal waves to pass through c. The outer core is radioactive and the rest of the Earth is not d. The outer core is liquid and S waves do not pass through a liquid Question 17

  36. Plates slide past each other, and crust is neither created nor destroyed, at a: a. Convergent Boundary b. Mid-Ocean Ridge c. Divergent Boundary d. Transform Fault Boundary Question 18

  37. Plates slide past each other, and crust is neither created nor destroyed, at a: a. Convergent Boundary b. Mid-Ocean Ridge c. Divergent Boundary d. Transform Fault Boundary Question 18

  38. The amount of energy released by an earthquake is measured on the a. Richter Scale b. Moment Magnitude Scale c. Modified Mercalli Scale d. Seismic Scale Question 19

  39. The amount of energy released by an earthquake is measured on the a. Richter Scale b. Moment Magnitude Scale c. Modified Mercalli Scale d. Seismic Scale Question 19

  40. According to the Cargo Capacity of Foil Boats graph, how many pennies could a boat built of 250 surface area hold? a. 60 b. 75 c. 90 d. 120 Question 20

  41. According to the Cargo Capacity of Foil Boats graph, how many pennies could a boat built of 250 surface area hold? a. 60 b. 75 c. 90 d. 120 Question 20

  42. The sum of space matter and energy that has existed, does exist, and will ever exist is called the ________. a. galaxy b. star c. universe d. quasar Question 21

  43. The sum of space matter and energy that has existed, does exist, and will ever exist is called the ________. a. galaxy b. star c. universe d. quasar Question 21

  44. What would happen to the Earth without the gravitational pull from pull of the sun? a. nothing b. orbit another planet c.travel in a circle d. travel in a straight line Question 22

  45. What would happen to the Earth without the gravitational pull from pull of the sun? a. nothing b. orbit another planet c.travel in a circle d. travel in a straight line Question 22

  46. What is the name of the location within the Earth where an earthquake begins? a. Fold c. Epicenter b. Focus d. Core Question 23

  47. What is the name of the location within the Earth where an earthquake begins? a. Fold c. Epicenter b. Focusd. Core Question 23

  48. What is a break in a rock mass along which movements occurs? a. Fold c. Fault b. Earthquake d. Epicenter Question 24

  49. What is a break in a rock mass along which movements occurs? a. Fold c. Fault b. Earthquake d. Epicenter Question 24

  50. Which of the following statements is true regarding seismic waves? a. In the longitudinal S-wave, the energy moves perpendicular to the particles b. In the transverse S-wave, the energy moves perpendicular to the particles c. In the longitudinal P-wave, the energy moves perpendicular to the particles d. In the transverse P-wave, the energy moves parallel to the particles. Question 25