Geology: Plate Tectonics and False Question Essay

1950 Words Oct 8th, 2012 8 Pages
Question 1 | |

| | Correct. | | |
Movements and interactions in the lithosphere and the internal Earth processes that drive them are referred to as the _____ cycle. | hydrologic |

| metamorphic |

| tectonic |

| rock | Question 2 | |

| | Correct. | | |
The model that describes the movement of water through the reservoirs of the Earth System is called the _____ cycle. | rock |

| hydrologic |

| metamorphic |

| tectonic | Question 3 | |

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The formation of Earth and other planetary bodies through the processes of condensation and accretion was essentially complete _____ years ago. | 45.6 billion |

| 456 million |

| 4.56
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| the number of electrons in the outermost energy level. |

| the number of protons and neutrons in the nucleus. |

| the number of protons in the nucleus. | Question 17 | |

| | Correct. | | |
The mass number of an atom is | the number of protons in the nucleus. |

| the number of neutrons in the nucleus. |

| the number of electrons in the outermost energy level. |

| the number of electron energy levels. |

| the number of protons and neutrons in the nucleus. |

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| | | | | | | Question 18 | |

| | Correct. | | |
What type of bond forms from the sharing of electrons between atoms? | metallic bond |

| ionic bond |

| Van der Waals bond |

| covalent bond | Question 19 | |

| | Correct. | | |
Based on the definition of a mineral, being a naturally occurring solid, formed by inorganic processes, with a characteristic crystal structure and s specific chemical composition, which materials will be classified as minerals? | water and ice |

| ice and steel |

| steel and coal |

| ice and quartz | Question 20 | |

| | Correct. | | |
Why is steel not considered a mineral? | it is organic |

| it is man made |

| it doesn't have a crystalline structure |

| All of the above | Question 21 | |

| | Correct. | | |
To which of the following groups do most minerals in the

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