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What is the Theory of plate tectonic?
a) States that the Earth's lithosphere is made up of huge plates that move over the surface of Earth. b) Point on Earth's surface directly above the focus c) Occurs where two plates come together. d) Occurs where plates move apart.
What is transform boundary?
a) Heat transfer by movement of a material because of differences in density. b) Occurs where plates move apart. c) Occurs where plates scrape past each other d) Occurs where two plates come together.
What is convergent boundary?
a) Occurs where two plates come together b) Occurs where plates move apart c) The point underground where rocks first begin to move. d) Occurs where plates scrape past each other
What are nutrients?
a) They provide energy b) They are something we need to grow c) Carbs., proteins, and lipids d) All of the above
Have the magnetic poles of Earth switched multiple times?
a) no b) yes c) maybe d) I don't know
What is the difference between a red eruption and a grey eruption?
a) Red eruption is an explosive and Grey eruption is an oozing lave b) Grey eruption is an explosive eruption and Red eruption is oozing lava c) Red eruption is oozing lava and Grey eruption is oozing lava d) Grey eruption has gas escaping and Red eruption is lava building up inside the volcano
What evidence did Alfed Wegener provide to support his idea of continental drift?
a) South America and Africa fit together b) Fossil and rock c) Climate evidence d) All of the above
How is new sea floor made at mid-ocean ridges?
a) Magma rises and solidifies b) Magma lowers and solidifies into the volcano c) It collects at the bottom of the volcano d) Magma
What is focus?
a) Vibrations caused by earthquakes b) States that the Earth's lithosphere is made up of huge plates that move over the surface of Earth. c) The point underground where rocks first begin to move d) Certain places underneath the crust in which heated rock rises in thin columns from the mantle (the Hawaiian Islands)
Seismic waves
a) Vibrations caused by earthquakes b) Occurs where plates scrape past each other c) Vibrations caused by earthquakes d) Certain places underneath the crust in which heated rock rises in thin columns from the mantle (the Hawaiian Islands)
What is an epicenter?
a) Vibrations caused by earthquakes b) Heat transfer by movement of a material because of differences in density c) Point on Earth's surface directly above the focus d) Certain places underneath the crust in which heated rock rises in thin columns from the mantle (the Hawaiian Islands)
What Is convection?
a) Heat transferred by movement of a material because of differences in density. b) States that the Earth's lithosphere is made up of huge plates that move over the surface of Earth. c) Occurs where plates move apart. d) Occurs where plates scrape past each other
What is subduction?
a) When one plate sinks underneath another plate b) When a point on Earth's surface is directly above the focus c) The point underground where rocks first begin to move d) Certain places underneath the crust in which heated rock rises in thin columns from the mantle (the Hawaiian Islands)
What Is a hot spot?
a) Occurs where plates move apart b) Certain places underneath the crust in which heated rock rises in thin columns from the mantle (the Hawaiian Islands) c) Vibrations caused by earthquakes d) When an animal looses hair and scratches in one location
What is divergent boundary?
a) Occurs where plates scrape past each other b) Occurs where plates move apart. c) When one plate sinks underneath another plate d) States that the Earth's lithosphere is made up of huge plates that move over the surface
What are proteins made of?
a) Carbohydrates b) Amino Acids c) sugars d) unsaturated
What is the difference between mechanical and chemical digestion?
a) Mechanical is a physical breakdown; chemical digestion is when the acid breaks down the particles of food. b) Mechanical digestion is when a bile breaks down; Chemical is when chewing breaks down food c) Mechanical digestion is when you use tools to break down the substance d) all of the above
What is the main function of the excretory system?
a) It collects and uses the waste from the body b) It collects and remove waste from the body. c) It removes waste and sends it to back to the stomach d) it breaks down food and it has a physical change of smaller particles
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