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Earth's cycles and patterns test questions
Earth's cycles and patterns test questions
Earth's cycles and patterns test questions
Earth's cycles and patterns test questions
Earth's cycles and patterns test questions
Earth's cycles and patterns test questions
Earth's cycles and patterns test questions
Earth's cycles and patterns test questions
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  • 1. How long does it take Earth to revolve around the sun?A. about 24 hoursB. about 29 hoursC. about 10 years<br />
  • 2. When you can see the entire lit side of the moon in the sky, what phase of the moon do you see?<br />First one quarter moon<br />Last quarter moon<br />New moon<br />Full moon<br />
  • 3. Together, Earth’s tilt and orbit around the sun cause<br />Day and night<br />The seasons<br />The phases of the moon<br />Apparent motion<br />
  • 4. April 7: full moon April 14: half moonApril 22: new moonApril 30: half moon<br />A student observed the moon and kep notes on what was observed. Based on the list, when will there be another moon?<br />Around April 7 the following year<br />The middle of June<br />The end of April<br />Around May 6<br />
  • 5. What is gravity?<br />The reason an object moves in a straight line<br />A pull between all objects<br />A speed<br />A direction<br />

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