# Mrs. D Earth Science Chapter 4 Lesson #1: Question Preview (ID: 6087)

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An imaginary line through a spinning object is called a(n) _________________
a) axis
b) rotation
c) line
d) circle

The path of an object around another object is called its ________________________.
a) axis
b) orbit
c) rotation
d) satellite

It is because of _______________ that the Earth remains in its orbit around the sun.
a) revolution
b) rotation
c) axis
d) gravity

When the Earth spins around and makes a full turn it is called a _____________________
a) satellite
b) rotation
c) revolution
d) axis

It takes the Earth __________ to complete one full rotation.
a) 1 day
b) 365 days
c) 29 days
d) 1 hour

When the Earth goes all the way around the sun it is called a __________________________.
a) axis
b) rotation
c) revolution
d) spinning motion

It takes the Earth ____________ to make one complete revolution around the sun.
a) 1 day
b) 365 days
c) 29 days
d) 1 hour

The reason why the southern part of the Earth has winter when the northern part has summer is because____
a) the Earth is constanly spinning
b) only the northern part of Earth faces the sun
c) the sun likes the northern part of Earth better
d) the Earth is titled on an angle and whichever part is tilted towards the sun gets more heat.

Spinning in a circle is an example of ____________________
a) axis
b) revolution
c) rotation
d) gravity

Running around the track at school is an example of ____________________
a) revolution
b) rotation
c) axis
d) gravity

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