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Soil is used for _____________.
a) making paper, posts and poles, and firewood
b) growing crops and raising animals
c) making glass, jewelry, concrete, and fuels
d) getting fish and seafood

____________ come from forests.
a) Paper, posts and poles, and firewood
b) Growing crops and raising animals
c) Glass, jewelry, concrete, and fuels
d) Fish and seafood

____________ come from minerals.
a) Paper, posts and poles, and firewood
b) Growing crops and raising animals
c) Glass, jewelry, concrete, and fuels
d) Fish and seafood

New Jersey has __________ counties.
a) 22
b) 21
c) 12
d) 20

Population density is _________________.
a) how crowded a place is
b) how many people are in a place
c) how dense a forest is
d) the population of a dense forest

__________ use a line to show change over a period of time.
a) Pictographs
b) Pie graphs
c) Bar graphs
d) Line graphs

_________ use bars to compare different values.
a) Pictographs
b) Pie graphs
c) Bar graphs
d) Line graphs

__________ use small pictures or symbols
a) Pictographs
b) Pie graphs
c) Bar graphs
d) Line graphs

__________ look like a pie; each piece stands for a different group.
a) Pictographs
b) Pie graphs
c) Bar graphs
d) Line graphs

____________ come from water.
a) Paper, posts and poles, and firewood
b) Growing crops and raising animals
c) Glass, jewelry, concrete, and fuels
d) Fish and seafood

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