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  1. Are You Smarter Than an Oak Forest 5th Grader? Earth Science

  2. NATURAL RESOURCES WEATHERING AND EROSION EARTH HISTORY SOLAR SYSTEM VARIETY 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points

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  4. Which of these are natural resources? • fossil fuels, rocks, water • soil, water, plastic • rocks, trees, bricks • fossil fuels, plastic, trees A B C D

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  6. Which are renewable resources? • trees, cows, bricks • trees, water, soil • air, grass, coal • concrete, water, air A B C D

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  8. Which are nonrenewable resources? • trees, coal, rocks • trees, water, soil • oil, rocks, coal • rocks, water, air A B C D

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  10. What do scientists call the decaying plant and animal matter in soil? • disgusting • bio-waste • humus • decomposers A B C D

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  12. Fossil fuels formed over time when heat and pressure was applied to what? • sediments • magma • minerals that eroded from rocks • ancient plants and animals A B C D

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  14. What is erosion? • constructive force • destructive force • magnetic force • natural resource A B C D

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  16. Which is not a type of erosion? • wind • wave • warmth • glacier A B C D

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  18. What type of weathering involves damage from water, wind, ice, or gravity? • mechanical • chemical • industrial • international A B C D

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  20. Which are examples of constructive forces? • Deltas and earthquakes • Volcanoes and deposition • Fault lines and rivers • Mountains and glaciers A B C D

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  22. Water often carries minerals it picks up from rocks. As it moves it deposits the minerals. Which of these is formed by this process? • Valleys and canyons • Canyons and caves • Sedimentary rocks • Stalagmites and stalactites A B C D

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  24. What is the major source of energy for the Earth? • The Sun • Nuclear reactors • Plants • electricity A B C D

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  26. How many high tides occur each day? • one • two • three • 24 A B C D

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  28. What causes the tides? • Centrifugal force from Earthrotating • Melting glaciers • Salt dissolving in the ocean water • Gravitational pull of the moon A B C D

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  30. What is fog? • Carbon dioxide in the air • An optical illusion • A cloud formed on the ground • Air pollution that sinks to the ground A B C D

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  32. During the day land heats up faster than water and at night it cools down faster. This causes a difference in the air temperature over the land and the water which causes what? • weathering • breezes • precipitation • transpiration A B C D

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  34. Dendrochronology is the study of tree rings. What information can we get from tree rings? • How old the tree was when it was cut down • What the weather was like while the tree was alive • Which years had droughts • All of the above A B C D

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  36. Where do we usually find the youngest fossils? • South America • In igneous rocks • Closer to the surface • Deeper down A B C D

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  38. What is a trace fossil? • The remains of a prehistoric trace • A clue that leads geologists to fossils • An imprint that was left by prehistoric organisms • A model made from a real fossil A B C D

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  40. In which type of rocks are fossils usually found? • igneous • sedimentary • metamorphic • shiny A B C D

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  42. The deeper down a paleontologist digs, the fossils are most likely what? • broken • newer • older • from plants A B C D

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  44. A moon rock weighs more on Earth, but it has the same mass. Why? • The rock weathers when it is transportedfrom the moon to earth • It is difficult to get accurate measurements on the moon • Weight is a measurement of gravitational pull • Mass is a measurement of gravitational pull A B C D

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  46. What do we call the measurement of one complete rotation of a planet? • revolution • circumference • a year • a day A B C D

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  48. Earth is tilted on its axis and the rays of the Sun strike it at an angle. What does this cause? • seasons • solar eclipse • sunspots • solar flares A B C D

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  50. What is found on the Earth and the moon? • water and air • atmosphere and dust • rocks and oxygen • valleys and dust A B C D