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What is the term for one complete turn on an axis?
a) rotation
b) revolution
c) tilt
d) seasons

What is the term for one complete orbit around the Sun?
a) rotation
b) revolution
c) tilt
d) seasons

What is the angle of Earth's tilt?
a) 17.5 degrees
b) 21.5 degrees
c) 23.5 degrees
d) 27.5 degrees

What is the imaginary line that runs through Earth's center and passes through both the North and South Poles?
a) rotation
b) axis
c) tilt
d) seasons

Approximately how many days are in one year?
a) 265
b) 365
c) 465
d) 333

One year is equal to
a) one rotation
b) one revolution
c) neither of the other choices
d) both of the other choices

Day and night are caused by
a) rotation
b) revolution
c) both of the other choices
d) neither of the other choices

Seasons are caused by
a) rotation and revolution
b) rotation and tilt
c) revolution and tilt
d) rotation, revolution and tilt

How long is one rotation?
a) 24 hours
b) 12 hours
c) 365 days
d) 254 days

How long is one revolution?
a) 24 hours
b) 12 hours
c) 365 days
d) 254 days

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