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In an experiment to decide which wind turbine blade length creates the most electricity, the independent variable is...
a) the amount of electricity b) the speed of the wind c) the location of the turbine d) the length of the turbine blade
In an experiment to decide which wind turbine blade length creates the most electricity, the dependent variable is...
a) the amount of electricity b) the speed of the wind c) the location of the turbine d) the length of the turbine blade
In an experiment to decide which wind turbine blade length creates the most electricity, important constants include...
a) the length of the turbine blade, wind speed, and location of the turbine. b) the wind speed, location of the turbine, and height of the turbine. c) the wind speed, location of the turbine, and amount of electricity produced. d) the height of the turbine, length of the turbine blade, and electricity produced.
In an oceanic food web, producers and consumers include...
a) Producers: algae; Consumers: zooplankton, whales, and dolphins. b) Producers: sun; Consumers: algae and zooplankton. c) Producers: whales and dolphins; Consumers: algae. d) Producers: algae and zooplankton; Consumers: whales and dolphins.
Which of the following causes the greatest loss of biodiversity?
a) pollution b) habitat loss or alteration c) hunting d) competition from introduced species
Tick birds eat the ticks from rhinos. This is an example of
a) parasitism b) mutualism c) commensalism d) predation
Birds build nests in trees. Trees are unharmed. Which of the following describes this interaction?
a) parasitism b) mutualism c) commensalism d) predation
Which of the following statements are true?
a) Climate is day to day changes in precipitation and temperature. b) Weather is day to day changes in precipitation and temperature. c) Weather is long term averages of precipitation and temperature for a particular area. d) The hottest time of day is noon.
The term acid precipitation refers to precipitation that is
a) equal to pH 5.6 b) less than pH 5.6 c) greater than pH 5.6 d) equal to pH 7
What are bats important and why are they endangered?
a) Bats control mosquitoes. They have a slow reproductive rate which is one reason they are endangered. b) Bats compete with birds. They also compete with us for food which is why they are endangered. c) Bats create habitat for woodpeckers. They are vulnerable to human diseases which is one reason they are endangered. d) Bats are not important which is why they are endangered.
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