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8 questions
• Q1

Students are examining different soils. They pack each sample in a funnel. The students pour an equal amount of water into each funnel. They use beakers to collect the water that passes through each soil.

Which soil has the least capacity to retain water?

Soil Sample 3

Soil Sample 2

None of these choices

Soil Sample 1

120s
• Q2

Which of the following are properties of soil?

The ability to hold water

The ability to support plant growth

Color and texture All of the answer choices

Color and texture

120s
• Q3

A student places 250 g samples of clay, sand, gravel, and silt in separate flower pots. The pots are set on a wire rack, and dishes are placed beneath the pots so that water can drip through holes and collect. The student then pours 100 mL of water over the sample in each pot. The student measures the time it takes for water to begin dripping from the bottom of each pot.

What property of soils is the student most likely examining with this procedure?

The ability to support plant growth

The differences in texture between wet and dry soils

How well different soils retain water

How much water is needed to dissolve different soils

120s
• Q4

Several students investigate the characteristics of soil. The students observe samples of common soils. In one sample they observe that water drains through the soil easily. When they rub the soil between their fingers, it feels rough and scratchy, and its particles feel hard. The soil the students observed is most likely —

clay

sand

silt

loam

120s
• Q5

Which of the following is an example of a renewable resource?

Wood

Coal

Petroleum

Natural Gas

120s
• Q6

Students were asked to discuss what they learned about conservation of Earth’s resources.  The table below shows some of their responses.

Based on the responses, which student had the best understanding of the conservation of Earth’s resources?

Student A

Student B

Student C

Student C

120s
• Q7

Water is a valuable natural resource. Why is water classified as a renewable resource?

Water provides nutrients to plants and prevents animals from dehydrating.

Water does not have a unique taste or an odor.

Water can be replenished as it cycles between the Earth and the atmosphere

Water covers over seventy percent of the Earth’s surface.

120s
• Q8

Which of the following titles best fits column on the above table of Natural Resources?

Nonrenewable Resources

Unlimited Resources

Alternative Resources

Renewable Resources

120s

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