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Seawater provides about one-third of the world's _______________.
a) carbon b) water c) table salt d) electricity
How has the amount of energy needed today changed from the amount used fifty years ago?
a) It has decreased b) It has not yet been recorded. c) It has stayed the same d) It has increased
Coal was formed from what?
a) dead swamp plants b) energy from the sun c) animals d) ocean organisms
Factories use water to cool off their equipment, and this can cause the water to be unsuitable.
a) true b) c) d) false
Cutting down trees for lumber can cause the carbon dioxide levels to increase in the atmosphere.
a) true b) c) d) false
Cutting down forest is bad because it can cause _____________
a) soil to eroded since the tree roots are not there to help hold soil down. b) both soil to be eroded and animals to lose their homes. c) nothing to happen d) organisms to lose their homes
What is a disadvantage to using wind energy as a energy source?
a) it is not constant b) there is not a disadvantage. c) it does not produce enough energy d) it blows extremely fast
Solar energy, wind energy, and geothermal energy are examples of
a) renewable resources b) Mrs. Crowder's resources c) Mr. Manning's resources d) non renewable resources
Where does the energy burned by fossil fuels originally come from?
a) the sun b) the Egyptians c) the heat from under the ground d) answer not here
Which of the following is not a fossil fuel?
a) coal b) natural gas c) petroleum d) carbon
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