Final Review 6th Grade Science Part 2: Question Preview (ID: 20100)

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Earth spins 1000 mph taking 24 hours for one complete spin. 1/2 of earth is always illuminated (day) and 1/2 is dark (night)
a) Rotation of Earth b) Revolution of Earth c) Rotation of Sun d) Rotation of Moon
This is 1/4 the size of the Earth
a) Sun b) Moon c) Atmosphere d) Pangaea
This involves a revolution around the earth which takes about one month. It follows a pattern and creates a waxing and Waning
a) Sun b) Moon's Rotation c) Moon's Revolution d) Cloud Formation
This rises in the east and sets in the west and appears to move across the sky. Caused by earth's rotation.
a) Moon b) Earth c) Pangaea d) Rising and Setting Sun
When two plates dive away from each other and create ridges such as the Mid-Atlantic Ridge
a) Divergent boundaries b) Transform fault boundaries c) Convergent boudaries d) Faults
When two plates slide past each other and nothing is created or destroyed such as the San Andreas Fault.
a) Divergent Boundaries b) Transform Fault Boundaries c) Convergent Boundaries d) Fault
When two plates collide and oceanic subducts creating trenches, subduction zones, volcanoes or volcanic island arcs such as Himalayas and Mt. St. Helen
a) Convergent Boudaries b) Divergent Boundaries c) Transform Fault Boundaries d) Continental Drift
A single super continent with evidence from rocks, glaciers, fossils and jigsaw puzzle of continents
a) Subduction zone b) Divergent Boundaries c) Plate tectonics d) Pangaea Evidence
Convection in the mantle is the reason why the plates move.
a) Theory of Pangaea b) Theory of Trenches c) Theory of Plate tectonics d) Theory of Fault Boundaries
When an oceanic plate recycles itself back into the earth. A trench is formed and a volcano is on the plate that did not subduct. There is a convergent boundary
a) Subduction Zone b) Induction Zone c) Deduction Zone d) Fault Zone
Afred Wegener Theory in early 1900 about Pangaea
a) Theory of the Moon b) Theory of Rocks c) Theory of Continental Drift d) Theory of the Sun
A deep long ditch opposite of ridge and above subduction zone
a) Alfred Wegener b) Pangae c) Plate d) Trench
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