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A _________________ moon is seen from Earth when the Moon is between Earth and the Sun.
a) Full b) New c) First quarter d) Third quarter
The time it takes the Moon to go through a complete cycle of phases is closest to _____________ days.
a) 20 b) 24 c) 27 d) 30
Why is the Bay of Fundy famous?
a) It has no tides b) It has low tides c) It has high tides d) It has extreme differences between high and low tides.
When the Moon is on the opposite side of Earth as the Sun, we will see a _____________________ moon.
a) Full b) New c) First quarter d) Third quarter
Which phase must the Moon be in during a lunar eclipse?
a) Full b) New c) First quarter d) Third quarter
Complete the analogy. Tidal valley is to low tide as tidal bulge is to______________.
a) High tide b) Middle tide c) Bay of Fundy d) Gravitational force
Tides are their highest during a _______________ tide.
a) Fall b) Neap c) Spring d) Summer
Why does the same side of the Moon always face Earth?
a) The Moon does not rotate. b) The Moon does not revolve. c) The Suns gravity locks the Moon in place. d) The Moon's rate of rotation is the same as its rate of revolution.
Which lunar phase follows a waning gibbous phase?
a) full b) new c) first quarter d) third quarter
Which lunar phase follows a waxing gibbous phase?
a) full b) new c) first quarter d) third quarter
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