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Animals and humans get their nitrogen from
a) Drinking Water
b) The foods they eat
c) The atmosphere
d) The soil

Which item listed below is NOT needed by plants to make food?
a) Light energy
b) Carbon dioxide
c) Oxygen
d) Water

What causes seasonal change?
a) The polar ice caps
b) The rotation of the earth
c) The tilt of the earth on its axis as it revolves around the sun
d) The changing intensity of the sun's radiation

Plants have a good relationship with the animals and humans because . . .
a) Plants need carbon dioxide animals and humans exhale and humans need the oxygen that plants produce.
b) Plants provide humans for humans and animals
c) All of these

Which is NOT an example of condensation?
a) Moisture forming on the side of a glass holding a cold liquid.
b) A person's glasses steaming up when they enter a warm room.
c) Clouds forming in the sky.
d) Sleet falling during a winter storm.

The primary source of energy for the earth's atmosphere is. . .
a) energy from within the earth.
b) the sun
c) erupting volcanoes
d) heat from lightning during thunderstorms.

Water vapor is. . .
a) a cloud droplet.
b) a snowflake
c) a raindrop
d) a gas

The transfer of heat through direct contact is. . .
a) Convection
b) Conduction
c) Radiation
d) Gamma radiation

Which of the following is an example of convection?
a) The heat you feel from a fire.
b) A spoon heating up from sitting in a pot of spaghetti sauce cooking.
c) Water boiling.
d) The heat you feel on a hot summer day from the sun.

Which of the following are factors that impact climate?
a) Latitude
b) Your location close to a large body of water or to the middle of a large land mass.
c) Your elevation relative to sea level.
d) all of these

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