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If a substance becomes heated, its particles will move______________
a) faster b) none of these c) the same as they did before d) slower
When material (like air or water) is heated it becomes less dense and begins to ________
a) sink b) none of these c) stay where it was before d) rise
Rubbing your hands together to make heat is an example of ______________
a) radiation b) none of these c) conduction d) convection
Convection currents in the _______________ are the driving forces of plate tectonics.
a) inner core b) mantle c) crust d) outer core
Convection currents in the ______________ are the driving force behind weather...
a) atmosphere b) mantle c) crust d) core
The atmosphere being warmed by the sun is an example of:
a) conduction b) none of these c) convection d) radiation
A lava lamp where hot less dense material rises and cool more dense material sinks is an example of:
a) convection b) none of these c) radiation d) conduction
The _______________ effect causes the rotation of the earth on its axis, causing wind and water currents in the northern hemisphere to turn clockwise.
a) Wiggins effect b) Strickland effect c) Burnham effect d) Coriolis effect
The llayer of our atmosphere where all weather takes place, and the closest layer to us is the:
a) mesosphere b) stratosphere c) troposphere d) thermosphere
The weight of a column of air pushing down on the earth is known as:
a) temperature b) atmospheric pressure c) density d) mass
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