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Why is the sky blue
a) The sky reflects blue water b) Due to scattering in the atmosphere c) Thats just the way it is d) Because Chuck Norris told it to be that way
A bicycle chain rusting is an example of what type of weathering
a) Physical Weathering b) Chemical Weathering c) d)
Which one is a type of physical weathering
a) Oxidation b) Acid Rain c) Abrasion d) Carbonic Acid
What is the most important cause of chemical weathering
a) Pyroclastic Material b) Human Activity c) Animal Actions d) Water
A giant sea wave produced from an earthquake is known as
a) Caldera b) Seismic Wave c) Tsunami d) Rip Tide
Rivers and streams that deposit their loads in a fan shaped pattern into an ocean is called a
a) Delta b) Loess Fan c) Dune d) Alluvial Fan
The process of freezing and thawing of water in the cracks of the rocks which eventually leads to the rock breaking is known as
a) Abrasion b) Oxidation c) Ice Wedging d) Glacier
The process of breaking down and wearing away of rocks by the action of other rocks is known as
a) Abrasion b) Oxidation c) Pop Rocks d) Sedimentary Rock
Small solid pieces of material from rocks or living things
a) Scraps b) Sediments c) Tundra d) Animal Activity
A large mass of moving ice that forms by the compacting of snow by natural forces
a) Iceberg b) Avalanche c) Glacier d) Tundra
The process in which sediments move from one place to another by water, wind, ice, or gravity is known as
a) Weathering b) Deposition c) Erosion d) Sediments
Rocks are broken down into small pieces is known as
a) Weathering b) Erosion c) Sediment d) Deposition
Chemical reaction in which a material combines with oxygen to form a new material is known as
a) Acid Rain b) Oxidation c) Abrasion d) Atmosphere
The process by which sediments settle or drop out of wind, or water is known as
a) Deposition b) Abrasion c) Sediment d) Erosion
Why does an apple appear red in white light
a) The apple reflects red and absobs the other colors b) The apple absorbs the red light and reflects the other colors c) The apple must be poisoned by the evil witch d) Thats just the way it is
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