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  • By Mr. Cottrell
  • Tree Categories
  • Hardwoods
    • Cherry Tree
    • Oak
    • Hickory
    • Walnut
    • Ash
    • Maple
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  • Hardwoods
    • Found very abundantly in Indiana
    • State parks contain a high number of hardwoods
    • Nut bearing trees
    • Non coniferous
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  • Soft Woods
    • Pine
    • Cedar
    • Hemlock
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  • Soft Woods
    • Coniferous trees
    • Grows cones instead of nuts
    • Often time grows where hardwoods cannot grow
    • Not as abundant as Hardwoods
    • Easy to work with
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  • Uses
    • Soft woods are often used for cheaper furniture
    • Hardwoods are preferred for people that burn wood for heat in furnaces and in fireplaces because they produce more heat and burn longer
    • Hardwoods used in furniture making, flooring, and cabinets
    • Softwoods like pine is used in residential construction framing
    • Pine tree are used for Christmas trees
    • Cedar can be made into shingles for homes
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  • Quiz
    • 1. True or False
    • Hardwoods are nut bearing
    • Which tree is a soft wood?
    • A. Oak
    • B. Pine
    • C. Hickory
    • 3. True or False
    • Hardwoods are used for framing
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  • True
    • Hardwood trees are nut bearing
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  • False
    • Please try again
    • Hardwoods do grow nuts
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  • A
    • Please try again
    • Oak is not a soft wood
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  • B
    • Correct
    • Pine is in the soft wood category
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  • C
    • Please try again
    • Hickory is considered a Hardwood
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  • True
      • Please try again
      • Hickory is not used for framing
      • The answer is false
      • Back to quiz
  • False
    • Correct
    • Hardwoods are not used for framing
    • Back to quiz
  • Sources
    • http://www.in.gov/dnr/forestry/files/fo-NativeTreesofIndiana.pdf tree lists
    • http://www.na.fs.fed.us/spfo/pubs/misc/in98forests/webversion/images/figure10.pdf tree map
    • http://www.ncrs.fs.fed.us/pubs/jrnl/2005/nc_2005_pijut_001.pdf hardwoods
    • http://dnr.wi.gov/forestry/usesof/treeuses.htm uses of trees
    • http://cwis.marywood.edu/archives/IMAGES/Arboretum,%20Cherry%20Tree.jpg cherry tree picture
    • http://blog.lib.umn.edu/michaels/plantprop3/pine%20tree.jpg pine tree
    • http://img91.imageshack.us/i/206treejr2.jpg/ cedar tree picture
    • http://www.landsandforests.com/images/fire/CityofTopic1.jpg black oak picture
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