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PSA2/Final Review

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  • Q1

    What layer displays the question mark?

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    Outer Core

    Mantle

    Crust

    Inner Core

    30s
  • Q2

    What layer displays the question mark?

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    Inner Core

    Outer Core

    Crust

    Mantle

    30s
  • Q3

    What layer displays the question mark?

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    Inner Core

    Crust

    Outer Core

    Mantle

    30s
  • Q4

    What layer displays the question mark?

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    Inner Core

    Mantle

    Crust

    Outer Core

    30s
  • Q5

    Which is correct?

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    Answer Image
    Answer Image
    30s
  • Q6

    This layer is thin and rocky and is the least dense of all Earth's layers.

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    Layer V- Inner Core

    Layer Y- Upper Mantle

    Layer X- Lower Mantle

    Layer Z- Crust

    30s
  • Q7

    This layer is  the most dense of all Earth's layers.

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    Layer X- Lower Mantle

    Layer Z- Crust

    Layer V- Inner Core

    Layer Y- Upper Mantle

    30s
  • Q8

    This layer represents the part of the mantle that flows rather than the part that is solid rock.

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    Layer V- Inner Core

    Layer Z- Crust

    Layer X- Lower Mantle

    Layer Y- Upper Mantle

    30s
  • Q9

    Which type of heat transfer plays the largest role in the changing height of the hot air balloon in the sky?

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    Convection, because as the heat from the flame is increased, less dense air fills and lifts the balloon

    Condensation, because as the heat from the flame is decreased, water droplets form on the sides of the balloon, making it heavier

    Conduction, because as the heat from the flame is increased, heat can move into the balloon without traveling through particles

    30s
  • Q10

    Which of the following identifies a difference between convection and conduction?

    In convection, atoms transfer thermal energy by moving to areas of lower densities, while in conduction, atoms transfer thermal energy by colliding with each other.

    Convection involves the transfer of thermal energy by currents, while conduction involves the transfer of thermal energy by waves.

    In conduction, atoms transfer thermal energy by moving to areas of lower densities, while in convection, atoms transfer thermal energy by colliding with each other.

    30s
  • Q11

    A is an example of: 

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    Radiation

    Convection

    Conduction

    30s
  • Q12

    B is an example of: 

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    Conduction

    Convection

    Radiation

    30s
  • Q13

    C is an example of: 

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    Radiation

    Conduction

    Convection

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  • Q14

    A is an example of:

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    Conduction

    Convection

    Radiation

    30s
  • Q15

    B is an example of:

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    Convection

    Conduction

    Radiation

    30s

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