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    • You are walking through the Louisiana swamp. Choose the correct answer to follow the right path. Choose the wrong answer and you will fall into the alligator infested waters.
    • The red top layer of an apple is like the ___ or top layer of the earth. c. core b. crust a. mantle
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    • Watch this picture and tell what it describes. c. Transform boundary b. Divergent boundary a. Convergent boundary
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    • The middle of an apple is like the middle of the earth called the __. c. mantle b. core a. crust
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    • Watch this picture, it shows a ____. c. A river b. Divergent boundary a. Convergent boundary
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    • Watch this and then pick what boundary it describes. c. b. Convergent boundary a. Divergent boundary
    • You are correct.This is a convergent boundary. Click here to continue your journey.
    • The type of rock that is like a transformer because it changes from one type of rock to another such as slate is ---. c. Igneus rock b. Sedimentary rock a. Metamorphic rock
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    • Rocks, such as coal, that are formed from rocks sticking together are---. c. Metamorphic rocks b. Igneus rocks a. Sedimentary rocks
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    • Rocks made from molten material such as granite are --. c. Sedimentary rocks. b. Metamorphic rocks a. Igneus rocks
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    • When a mineral splits evenly, it is called ___. c. Cleavage b. luster a. shatter
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    • __ is when a mineral does not break evenly or it shatters. c. cleavage b. luster a. fracture
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    • Determining if a mineral shines is a characteristic of a mineral called __. c. luster b. color a. magnetism
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    • Alfred Wegener said that the continents were once one large mass, but drifted apart due to earthquakes and floods and called it ___. c. Continental divide b. Continental drift a. technotronics
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    • Similar plants, animals, and fossils in different continents give proof of the __. c. Continental drift b. tsuanami a. Rock theory
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    • The __ crust is thickest. c. ocean b . continental a. bread
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    • The continental drift was caused by the lithosphere splitting into pieces called: c. Tectonic plates b. Oceanic plates a. Dinner plates
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    • The __ of plate boundaries as likely areas of earthquakes and volcanic actions. c. center b. edges a. middle
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    • ____ is the surface along which rocks break and slide past each other. c. Richter scale b. Surface tension a. Fault
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    • A diamond is a 10 on the ___. c. Tuff scale b. Mohl scale a. Diamond scale
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    • What scale is used to measure the strength of an earthquake? c. earthquake scale b. the Richter scale a. balance
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    • Rocks are a mixture of ___. c. minerals b. clay a. cement
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    • Fill in the ??. ???? c. rock b. sediment a. magma
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    • Fill in the ???. ???? c. Correct 46 b. a. c . Metamorphic rock b . Sedimentary rock a. Igneus rock
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    • question Fill in the blank. ???? c. Correct 48 b. a. c. Sedimentary rock b. Igneus rock a. Metamorphic rock
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    • Fill in the blank. ???? c. Correct 46 b. a. c . Metamorphic rock b. sediment a. magma
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    • Fill in the blank. ???? c. Correct 46 b. a. c. Metamorphic rock b. sediment a. Igneus rock
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    • Weathering and erosion lead to sedimentary rock because __. c. Both are correct. b. Erosion moves the sediment. a. Weathering breaks rocks into sediment.
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