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__________ are particles without electric charge in the atom's nucleus.
a) Neutrons
b) Electrons
c) Protons
d) Ions

A positively charged _____ has more protons than electrons.
a) Isotope
b) Ion
c) Neutron
d) Molecule

Isotopes of carbon have different __________.
a) Mass numbers
b) Numbers of electrons
c) Atomic numbers
d) Numbers of protons

Anything that takes up space and has mass is _________.
a) matter
b) a compound
c) an element
d) plasma

__________ are particles located in an atoms's nucleus.
a) Electrons and neutrons
b) Protons and electrons
c) Protons and neutrons
d) Only electrons

Magma that cools below Earth's surface forms __________ rock.
a) intrusive igneous
b) intrusive metamorphic
c) extrusive igneous
d) extrusive metamorphic

Foliated rocks are distinguished by __________.
a) the shape and size of the sediments
b) large pores
c) the enlargement of mineral grains
d) layers

Sedimentary rocks are __________.
a) formed from already existing rocks that are weathered and eroded
b) formed below Earth's surface as magma
c) a type of foliated igneous rock
d) formed by great heat

Pumice, obsidian, and scoria are kinds of __________.
a) extrusive rocks
b) granite
c) volcanic glass
d) andesitic rocks

A rock is __________.
a) a pure mineral
b) always made of molten material
c) a mixture of minerals, organic matter, volcanic glass, or other material.
d) either igneous or sedimentary

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