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  1. Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?

  2. Click the appropriate dollar amount at right to proceed to the question _________________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ ___________________ ___________________ __________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ ______________ ______________ ______________ ______________ Rocks, Minerals, and Soil

  3. Phone A Friend • “OK Contestant…Please select a friend to help you with this one. You have thirty seconds to discuss your options…” Return to the Question

  4. Ask the Audience • “Audience, we need your help on this one…in a moment, we’ll ask you to indicate, by show of hands, your choice for the correct answer…” Return to the Question

  5. 50/50 Fifty - Fifty • You’ve asked that two of the wrong answers be eliminated, leaving you with one wrong answer plus the correct one. Return to the Question

  6. Correct Correct! Proceed to Next Question

  7. Incorrect Sorry, That’s Incorrect Return to the Question

  8. Why do all minerals have a geometric shape? 50/50 Because of the living parts of the minerals Because of the way the particles are arranged A B Because of the high temperatures needed to form minerals Because of the massive amount of pressure needed to form minerals C D

  9. Which of the following is a mineral? 50/50 coal soil A B brass copper C D

  10. A scientist says a mineral is metallic. What property is the scientist describing? 50/50 cleave streak A B luster hardness C D

  11. On the Mohs scale, which mineral has a hardness of 10? 50/50 quartz talc A B diamond apatite C D

  12. How is a rock different from a mineral? 50/50 A rock is made up of minerals. Rocks don’t change A B A mineral is made up of rocks Minerals are harder than rocks C D

  13. Which process forms new soil when exposed rock begins to break down? 50/50 Rock cycle erosion A B exposition weathering C D

  14. What type of rock looks like layers? 50/50 Igneous rock Humus rock A B Sedimentary rock Metamorphic rock C D

  15. Which type of rock can be formed by chemical reactions? 50/50 Metamorphic rock Humus rock A B Igneous rock Sedimentary rock C D

  16. Which type of soil is fine-grained and holds water extremely well? 50/50 sand silt A B loam clay C D

  17. Why are you likely to find dark brown soil in a forest? 50/50 It has little humus. It has a lot of humus. A B It comes from iron rich rock It comes from iron poor rock C D

  18. How can bacteria benefit contaminated soil? 50/50 They can break down the contaminants. They can consume the contaminates. A B They can erode the contaminated soil. They can form new soil to mix with the contaminated soil. C D

  19. What tool do you need to test a mineral’s color? 50/50 A fingernail A hammer A B A steel knife An unglazed ceramic tile C D

  20. Which soil layer has the greatest amount of organic material? 50/50 sand topsoil A B subsoil Parent rock C D

  21. Which organisms grow on small pieces of rock and break it down? 50/50 Mosses and Lichen Plants A B Fungi Bacteria C D

  22. Which of the following is not a layer of a soil profile? 50/50 Top soil Humus soil A B Sub soil Parent rock C D