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5.7.A Explore The Processes That Forms Sedimentary Rocks & Fossil Fuels

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Grade 5
Science (2010)
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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5.7.A: Earth and Space

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  • Q1
    The diagram below shows the sequence of the processes that turn solid rock into sandstone. Which two processes best complete this diagram?
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    Compaction and cementation
    Melting and cooling
    Erosion and compaction
    Evaporation and dissolving
    5.7.A: Earth and Space
  • Q2
    All of these are related to the formation of oil or natural gas EXCEPT —
    active volcanoes
    sedimentary rocks
    decomposed animals
    decayed plants
    5.7.A: Earth and Space
  • Q3
    The model below shows layers of sediment on the floor of an ocean. Which of the following best explains how these layers can become rock over many years?
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    Sand in the sediment melts and turns into rock.
    Pollution caused by humans turns the sediment into rock.
    The weight of the water compacts the sediment into rock.
    Changing water temperatures turn sand in the sediment into rock
    5.7.A: Earth and Space
  • Q4
    Fossil fuels formed over long periods of time after particles in water settled to the sea floor and formed marine mud. What kinds of particles needed to be present in the marine mud in order for fossil fuels to form?
    Mostly decaying organisms
    Mostly sand and a few small bits of wood
    Mostly lava and a few sedimentary rocks
    Mostly metal minerals
    5.7.A: Earth and Space
  • Q5
    Some students make a model to show one of the first steps in the formation of sedimentary rock. The students pour 2 centimeters of light-colored sand into a clear plastic box. Then they add 1 centimeter of gravel. Finally they pour 2 centimeters of dark-colored sand on top of the gravel. Which characteristic of sedimentary rock does this model best show?
    Sedimentary rock is made of layers.
    Sedimentary rock is cemented bits of rock.
    Sedimentary rock is often limestone.
    Sedimentary rock is common in Texas.
    5.7.A: Earth and Space

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