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Which of these is NOT one of the four things that makes up soil?
a) organic matter
b) sunlight
c) inorganic matter
d) water

Which of these is part of organic matter?
a) living animals
b) air
c) water
d) sand

Which is the best kind of soil for plant growth?
a) clay soil
b) sandy soil
c) garden soil
d) no soil is best for plant growth

The process where rocks are broken down into smaller pieces is called ___________.
a) garden soil
b) erosion
c) soil formation
d) weathering

A type of weathering due to temperature changes is ________________.
a) mechanical weathering
b) soil formation
c) soil profile
d) erosion

A process where rocks are broken down AND removed is called _________.
a) weathering
b) organic matter
c) erosion
d) plant growth

A type of weathering due to chemical reactions is ____________.
a) ice wedging
b) erosion
c) soil formation
d) chemical weathering

A type of weathering due to ice expansion is called __________.
a) plant growth
b) ice wedging
c) erosion
d) soil formation

Which of these does NOT cause erosion?
a) wind
b) waves
c) glaciers
d) birds

Which soil has the most humus
a) sandy soil
b) clay soil
c) garden soil
d) no soil

Which horizon is best for plant growth?
a) horizon A
b) horizon b
c) horizon C
d) No horizon is good for plant growth

Which soil allows the most water to flow through it?
a) clay soil
b) garden soil
c) sandy soil
d) ice glaciers

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