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Economics Review 2/3/2023

Quiz by Rachelle Grey

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  • Q1

    Why are trees considered natural resources?

    They grow back after they're cut down.

    They provide valuable shade that no other resource can provide

    They die if you don't take care of them. 

    They are created by nature, and living things can use them to meet their wants and needs.

    300s
  • Q2

    Which of the following is a natural resource?

    gasoline

    plastic

    concrete

    oil

    300s
  • Q3

    Which is the best definition of the word renewable?

    natural resources that cannot be replaced after they are used

    can be used as an energy source

    a natural resource that cannot be used up or it can be replaced within a human lifespan

    300s
  • Q4

    What would happen if you picked some mushrooms in a forest?

    The forest would have fewer mushrooms for a short period of time, and then new mushrooms would grow.

    The mushroom population in the forest would become extinct.

    The forest would have fewer mushrooms for millions of years until another can form.

    300s
  • Q5

    What evidence supports the claim that renewable resources can sometimes run out?

    Wind turbines don't produce electricity on days with calm weather. 

    Animal species have gone extinct because humans hunted them more quickly than they could reproduce.

    Oil wells stopped producing oil after 20 to 30 years. 

    300s
  • Q6

    Which is the most likely reason soil erosion can be a major problem?

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    Dangerous, radioactive elements exist under the soil.

    Soil is a non-renewable resource.

    Soil contains expensive minerals.

    A region's agriculture can be destroyed if the soil erodes.

    300s
  • Q7

    What is the key difference between renewable and non-renewable resources?

    Non-renewable resources exist in unlimited quantities; renewable resources don't.

    All non-renewable resources pollute the environment; renewable resources don't.

    Non-renewable resources exist in limited quantities; renewable resources don't.

    Non-renewable resources must be refined before humans can use them; renewable resources don't.

    300s
  • Q8

    Which of the following is NOT an example of conservation? 

    Establishing protected areas like national parks and nature reserves

    Establishing laws limiting the time, areas, or animal allotment for hunting and fishing

    Using alternative energy sources

    Planting new trees in place of ones that are cut down

    Running the water faucet the entire time while brushing your teeth

    300s

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