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Every time it rains, dirt is washed away out of your front yard. What can you do to prevent this?
a) dig holes b) plant grass c) add more dirt d) there's nothing you can do
Weathering is
a) the breakdown of rocks and other material b) the movement of sediment c) sediment deposited in a new location d) preserved remains of animals
Erosion is
a) the breakdown of rocks and other material b) the movement of sediment c) sediment deposited in a new location d) preserved remains of animals
Deposition is
a) the breakdown of rocks and other material b) the movement of sediment c) sediment deposited in a new location d) preserved remains of animals
What are the two types of weathering?
a) erosion and deposition b) rain and wind c) sedimentary and metamorphic d) physical and chemical
Which of the following can NOT be a product of weathering?
a) clay b) shells c) sand d) rock fragments
Which of the following are most common causes of erosion?
a) wind and water b) water and light c) wind and landslides d) landslides and hurricanes
Muddy water is flowing down a river. This is an example of
a) weathering b) erosion c) deposition d) fossil
Shells are broken down into sand. This is an example of
a) weathering b) erosion c) deposition d) fossil
Sand and shells are washed up onto the beach during high tide. This is an example of
a) weathering b) erosion c) deposition d) fossil
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