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Greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide, methane and water vapor are good at...
a) Radiating infrared
b) Reflecting infrared
c) Absorbing infrared
d) Deflecting infrared

What does Earth re-radiate energy as?
a) Insolation
b) Infrared energy
c) Ultraviolet energy
d) Magnetics

What is the source of all energy for the Earth?
a) Sun
b) Moon
c) My brain
d) The sky

What is the key word for convection?
a) Touch
b) Taste
c) Smell
d) Hearing

What is a good absorber and radiator of energy?
a) Dark and smooth
b) Dark and rough
c) Light and rough
d) Light and smooth

Isolines that are close together represent
a) Steep gradient
b) Gentle gradient
c) No gradient
d) Average gradient

How can you tell the direction a river is flowing?
a) It always flows south
b) It always flows north
c) Contour lines point in the opposite direction of stream flow
d) Contour lines point in the same direction of stream flow

The altitude of Polaris equals
a) The latitude of the observer
b) The longitude of the observer
c) The Prime Meridian of the observer
d) The Equator of the observer

Earth rotates at a rate of how many degrees per hour?
a) 20
b) 23.5
c) 15
d) 18

What describes an indirect relationship?
a) As one variable increases, the other does a dance
b) As one variable increases, the other remains the same
c) As one variable increases, the other increases
d) As one variable increases, the other decreases

What describes a direct relationship?
a) As one variable increases, the other decreases
b) As one variable increases, the other remains the same
c) As one variable increases, the other increases
d) As one variable increases, the other does a dance

Most natural phenomenon are
a) Cyclic and unpredictable
b) Cyclic and predictable
c) Non-cyclic and unpredictable
d) Non-cyclic and predictable

What affects density?
a) Size
b) Shape
c) Temperature and pressure
d) Number of pieces

What direction does Earth rotate and revolve?
a) Clockwise
b) Vertical
c) Counterclockwise
d) Horizontal

What position must the moon be in to have a solar eclipse?
a) Quarter Moon
b) New Moon
c) Full Moon
d) Crescent Moon

What position must the moon be in to have a lunar eclipse?
a) Full Moon
b) Crescent Moon
c) New Moon
d) Quarter Moon

What provides evidence of Earth's rotation?
a) Focault pendulum
b) Changing seasons
c) Changing constellations
d) Tides

What provides evidence of Earth's revolution?
a) Tides
b) Sun rising/setting
c) Changing constellations
d) Polaris

What's the process by which stars produce energy?
a) Nuclear fusion
b) Gatorade
c) Wheaties
d) Absorb light from the Sun

What provides evidence of the Big Bang Theory?
a) Red shift from distant galaxies
b) My DVR
c) Blue shift from distant galaxies
d) Big Bang isn't real

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