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Quarter 1-Science 10-Earth and Space

Quiz by Merced Ansay

Grade 10
Philippines Curriculum: Grades K-10 (MELC)

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  • Q1

    How does fossil evidence support Wegener's hypothesis of continental drift?

    all of the above

     Similar fossils are found along continental margins that fit together

    Glacial deposits are found in tropical and subtropical zones

    Similar fossils of giant, land-dwelling dinosaurs are found on continents separated by oceans.

  • Q2

    The following continents contain glacial deposits which suggest that they were once connected EXCEPT:

    South America

    Asia or Europe



  • Q3

    Earthquake is characterized by shaking of the ground. Which boundary can produce earthquake once they move? 

    convergent boundary

    divergent boundary

    transform boundary

    earthquake boundary

  • Q4

    What material is most likely to form a subduction like the illustration below? 

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    all types of the plates can be subducted



  • Q5

    Which describes BEST the boundary of a lithospheric plate?

    The edges of the plate may have different types of a boundary due to their interaction with the surrounding plates

    All the edges of a plate exhibit similar movements.

    A plate may have different boundary on its edges depending on its movement

    Plate boundaries are gradually drifting away from each other.

  • Q6

    When is the formula d = time difference in seconds/8 seconds x 100 Km used to locate the distance of the earthquake from the seismograph station? 

    If seismic activities are thousand s of kilometers away from the seismograph station

    If seismic activities are hundreds of kilometers away from the seismograph station

    If seismic activities last a long period

    If seismic activities happen for a short time

  • Q7

    Which of this is NOT true about the Philippine Islands?

    Some are formed because of the convergence of the Philippine sea plate and the pacific plate

    Some originated geologically in an oceanic-oceanic convergence

    Some are products of the subduction process

    Most are part of the Philippine Mobile Belt, except for Palawan, Mindoro, and Zamboanga

  • Q8

    What shows that the plates are moving?

    Distribution of active volcanoes, mountain belts, and earthquake epicenters

    Sudden shaking of the ground

    Occurrences of natural hazards

    Formation of thick and basaltic crust


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