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Processes and Landforms along Plate Boundaries

Quiz by Angelika Morano (angelikeeeeey)

Grade 10
Science
Philippines Curriculum: Grades 1-10

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S10ES–Ia-j-36.3

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  • Q1

    What is the study of the current terrain features of a region and the graphic representation of a particular landform on the map?

    Topography 

    Geomorphology

    Geomorphy

    Deformity 

    30s
    S10ES–Ia-j-36.3
  • Q2

    True or False. Landforms are formed by various forces of nature such as water, wind, ice, and the tectonic plates of the Earth.

    False

    True

    30s
  • Q3

    What type of landform is  formed by the chemical and mechanical action of the wind?

    Fluvial Landforms

    Mountainous Landform

    Erosional Landform

    Aeolian Landform

    30s
  • Q4

    What type of landform underwent sedimentation, erosion, or deposition on a river bed?

    Fluvial Landform

    Aeolian Landform

    Coastal Landform

    Glacial Landform

    30s
  • Q5

    True or False.  Erosional landforms rise higher than the rest of their surroundings. They exhibit slopes, summit areas, and local reliefs.

    False

    True

    30s
  • Q6

    What type of erosional landform is formed when  a hard cap rock overlies a layer of less resistant rock?

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    Canyon

    Buttes

    Delta

    Dunes

    30s
  • Q7

    True or False. Mushroom rock is formed through earthquakes or glacial action.

    True

    False

    30s
  • Q8

    True or false. In some parts of the world, windblown dust and silt blanket the land which is called dunes. 

    False

    True

    30s
  • Q9

    Which of the following groupings is incorrect?

    Erosional: Buttes, Canyon, and Meander

    Mountainous: Volcanic, Hills, and Valleys 

    Glacial: Alpine and Continental

    Aeolian: Dunes, Loess, and Mushroom Rock

    30s
  • Q10

    What is the landform that are found at the deepest part of the ocean?

    Alluvial plains

    Flat plains

    Abyssal plains

    Flood plains

    30s

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