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1st Assessment in Earth Science

Quiz by KATE LAPID

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20 questions
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  • Q1
    All life on earth, including man, and all organisms.
    Biosphere
    Geosphere
    Hydrosphere
    Atmosphere
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  • Q2
    The Earth's solid surface, often called the crust of the earth.
    Asthenosphere
    Biosphere
    Geosphere
    Lithosphere
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  • Q3
    The gaseous blanket of air that envelops, shield, and insulates Earth.
    Troposphere
    Atmosphere
    Thermosphere
    Greenhouse Gases
    20s
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  • Q4
    A term referring to the habitable zone
    Solar nebula
    Theia
    Gaeia
    Goldilocks' Condition
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  • Q5
    The following are the unique characteristics of Earth that allow the existence of life, EXCEPT:
    Heat Source
    Minerals
    Liquid water
    Atmosphere
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  • Q6
    The two most abundant elements in the Earth’s crust.
    Sulfate and Oxygen
    Sulfate and Silicon
    Silicon and Oxygen
    Silicon and Lead
    20s
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  • Q7
    A type of Igneous Rock formed underground.
    Intrusive Rock
    Clastic Rock
    Plutonic Rock
    Extrusive Rock
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  • Q8
    It is the quality and intensity of reflected light exhibited by the mineral
    Streak
    Habit
    Opacity
    Luster
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  • Q9
    Naturally-occurring material from which a mineral or minerals of economic value can be extracted.
    Soil Deposits
    Rocks
    Ore
    Coal
    20s
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  • Q10
    Copper is widely use in electrical industry because of the following characteristics, EXCEPT:
    Malleability
    Resources
    Price
    Conductivity
    20s
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  • Q11
    Gold is a common metal that is used in electric cables and wires.
    FALSE
    TRUE
    20s
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  • Q12
    The hardest mineral according to Moh’s Scale is diamond.
    FALSE
    TRUE
    20s
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  • Q13
    Quartz is classified as Silicate based on its chemical composition.
    FALSE
    TRUE
    20s
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  • Q14
    The two types of mineral according to chemical properties are silicate and non-silicate mineral.
    TRUE
    FALSE
    20s
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  • Q15
    Erosion is a process wherein a rock will mechanically disintegrate and chemically decompose through time.
    FALSE
    TRUE
    20s
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  • Q16
    What happen when Metamorphic Rock becomes magma?
    melting
    breaking
    cooling
    heat and pressure
    20s
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  • Q17
    What happen when Igneous Rock becomes sediments?
    decomposing
    breaking
    eroding
    weathering
    30s
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  • Q18
    What happen when sediments becomes Sedimentary rock?
    Heat and Pressure
    Weathering and Erosion
    Compaction and Cementation
    Melting and Cooling
    20s
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  • Q19
    Rocks formed as a result of volcanic activity, hot spots, and melting that occurs in the mantle.
    Metamorphic Rocks
    Sedimentary Rocks
    Clastic Rock
    Igneous Rocks
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  • Q20
    The following mineral has presences of sulfur and oxygen EXCEPT:
    Hematite
    Barite
    Celestite
    Selenite
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