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Soil, water, and minerals are examples of
a) natural resources
b) fossil fuels
c) vegetation
d) synthetic resources

Water is considered to be this type of resource.
a) renewable
b) nonrenewable
c) living
d) recyclable

Two examples of nonrenewable resources are
a) coal and natural gas
b) corn and wheat
c) pigs and goats
d) wind and water

Materials created over millions of years from the remains of prehistoric plants and animals are
a) fossil fuels
b) manufactured chemicals
c) synthetic resources
d) renewable resources

Which of the following is true of our energy needs for the future?
a) Biomass can be used to reduce a country's need for oil.
b) We have unlimited supplies of fossil fuels.
c) It is not necessary to look for new sources of energy.
d) Atomic energy provides a safe alternative to fossil fuels.

What is the relationship between environment and culture?
a) Environment helps shape culture and cultures help shape the environment.
b) Environment and culture are not related.
c) Different cultures respond similarly to similiar environments
d) Similar environments always produce similar cultures.

What is the first stage of economic activity?
a) Using the land and resources
b) making raw materials into useful things
c) distributing products to people who want them
d) creating communication systems.

Which of the following is a typical second-level economic activity?
a) manufacturing
b) mining
c) farming
d) selling goods

In developed countries, most jobs are in what area?
a) industrial and service activities
b) government
c) civil engineering
d) agriculture and mining activities

Two examples of renewable resources are
a) corn and pigs
b) coal and water
c) natural gas and trees
d) cotton and petroleum

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