Soils, Rocks and Landforms (Maple)
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by Melissa Zaucha
| 32 Questions
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1
2
3
1
3 pts
A expands
B evaporates
C contracts
D condenses
2
3 pts
A pond
B lake
C mountain stream
D river
3
3 pts
F It has the most water
G It has the steepest slope
H It has the longest distance to flow
J It has to move around large boulders
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4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
4
2 pts
A sand
B clay
C pebbles
5
2 pts
A sand
B clay
C pebbles
6
2 pts
A sand
B clay
C pebbles
7
3 pts
A
B
C
D
8
1 pt
Slowly
Rapidly (fast)
9
1 pt
Slowly
Rapidly (fast)
10
1 pt
Slowly
Rapidly (fast)
11
1 pt
Slowly
Rapidly (fast)
12
1 pt
Slowly
Rapidly (fast)
13
1 pt
Slowly
Rapidly (fast)
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14
15
14
3 pts
A Tree roots
B . Acid rain
C . Freezing and thawing
D . blowing wind
15
3 pts
A Chemicals in the rain made a tiny crack bigger
B . tree roots grew from a seed in a crack and split the rock
C . freezing and thawing of rain and snow in a crack split the rock.
D . wind blew into a tiny crack and made it bigger
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16
16
3 pts
A
B
C
D
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17
17
1 pt
Drag the number from the map to match the location on the illustration with the earth material.
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Silt
  • Boulders
  • Pebbles
  • Sand
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18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
18
2 pts
A 30 cm
B 35 cm
C 40 cm
D 45 cm
19
2 pts
A 25 cm
B 30 cm
C 35 cm
D 40cm
20
2 pts
Table A
Table B
21
1 pt
Volcanic Eruption
Slow
Rapid (fast)
22
1 pt
Tree Roots
Slow
Rapid (fast)
23
1 pt
Chemical weathering
Slow
Rapid (fast)
24
1 pt
Freezing water
Slow
Rapid (fast)
25
1 pt
landslides
Slow
Rapid (fast)
26
1 pt
earthquakes
Slow
Rapid (fast)
27
1 pt
flash floods
Slow
Rapid (fast)
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28
29
30
31
32
28
1 pt
A earthquake
B landslide
C volcano
D flood
29
1 pt
Volcanoes often occur where continents meet oceans
Yes
No
30
1 pt
Earthquakes and volcanoes often happen in similar locations
Yes
No
31
1 pt
Most earthquakes occur in Australia
Yes
No
32
1 pt
More volcanoes and earthqyakes occur in or near the Pacific Ocean compared to the Atlantic Ocean
Yes
No
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