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Inorganic means a mineral contains:
a) no materials that were once part of living things b) compounds c) materials made by humans d) parts of living things
The color of a mineral\'s powder is called:
a) streak b) hardness c) density d) luster
Tiny pieces of a mineral:
a) still have the same crystal structure b) be metallic c) be roughly the same size d) have the same shape
Magma that cools slowly leaves crystals that are:
a) large b) cubic c) very hard d) small
Hard, colorful minerals with brilliant or glassy lusters are:
a) gemstones b) ores c) pure metal d) alloys
A factor that affects the size of mineral crysatls formed in magma is:
a) rate of cooling b) elements dissolved in hot water c) evaporation d) fluorescence
Metal tools, machinery, metal filaments in a light bulb, steel girders in office buildings all:
a) began as minerals inside the Earth\'s crust b) are rare c) are magnetic d) are gems
The hardest known mineral is:
a) diamond b) gold c) quartz d) talc
Minerals that do not split apart evenly have:
a) fracture b) cleavage c) crystal d) luster
The term used to describe how light is reflected from a mineral's surface is:
a) luster b) fluorescence c) streak d) density
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