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Rocksandsoils

  1. 1. Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Rocks and Soils
  2. 2. Question 1
  3. 3. Which rock can be used to write on a blackboard?A SlateB PumiceC ChalkD Flint
  4. 4. Which rock can be used to write on a blackboard?A SlateB PumiceC ChalkD Flint
  5. 5. £100
  6. 6. Question 2
  7. 7. Which of these rocks can be used for tiling roofs?A GraniteB ChalkC SlateD Flint
  8. 8. Which of these rocks can be used for tiling roofs?A GraniteB ChalkC SlateD Flint
  9. 9. £200
  10. 10. Question 3
  11. 11. Which of these is an sedimentary rock?A FlintB LimestoneC LavaD Slate
  12. 12. Which of these is an sedimentary rock?A FlintB LimestoneC LavaD Slate
  13. 13. £300
  14. 14. Question 4
  15. 15. What was flint used for in the stone age?A Making weaponsB ClothesC Cooking withD Medicine
  16. 16. What was flint used for in the stone age?A Making weaponsB ClothesC Cooking withD Medicine
  17. 17. £500
  18. 18. Question 5
  19. 19. Where do igneous rocks come from?A Under the seaB Core of the earthC VolcanoD The rock shop
  20. 20. Where do igneous rocks come from?A Under the seaB Core of the earthC VolcanoD The rock shop
  21. 21. £1,000
  22. 22. Question 6
  23. 23. When is a rock permeable? When it…A doesn’t absorb waterB does absorb waterC wears away easily
  24. 24. When is a rock permeable? When it…A doesn’t absorb waterB does absorb waterC wears away easily
  25. 25. £2,000
  26. 26. Question 7
  27. 27. Which of these rocks are impermeable?A ClayB ChalkC SlateD Limestone
  28. 28. Which of these rocks are impermeable?A ClayB ChalkC SlateD Limestone
  29. 29. £4,000
  30. 30. Question 8
  31. 31. Which of these rocks are permeable?A MarbleB SlateC FlintD Sandstone
  32. 32. Which of these rocks are permeable?A MarbleB SlateC FlintD Sandstone
  33. 33. £8,000
  34. 34. Question 9
  35. 35. Why is marble used for statues?A Cheap to buyB AttractiveC Wears away easilyD Permeable
  36. 36. Why is marble used for statues?A Cheap to buyB AttractiveC Wears away easilyD Permeable
  37. 37. £16,000
  38. 38. Question 10
  39. 39. Some rocks wear away through a natural process called what?A ElementsB SedimentaryC ErosionD Windsion
  40. 40. Some rocks wear away through a natural process called what?A ElementsB SedimentaryC ErosionD Windsion
  41. 41. £32,000
  42. 42. Question 11
  43. 43. Which of these is a manmade rock?A GraniteB FlintC ConcreteD Marble
  44. 44. Which of these is a manmade rock?A GraniteB FlintC ConcreteD Marble
  45. 45. £64,000
  46. 46. Question 12
  47. 47. What is soil made from?A vegetation and flowersB rocks and wormsC rocks and vegetationD rocks and water
  48. 48. What is soil made from?A vegetation and flowersB rocks and wormsC rocks and vegetation
  49. 49. £125,000
  50. 50. Question 13
  51. 51. Why are there different coloured layers in soil?A wormsB weatherC different rocksD different sands
  52. 52. Why are there different coloured layers in soil?A wormsB weatherC different rocksD different sands
  53. 53. £250,000
  54. 54. Question 14
  55. 55. What can be used to separate the different soil particles?A SieveB SpoonC BowlD Hands
  56. 56. What can be used to separate the different soil particles?A SieveB SpoonC BowlD Hands
  57. 57. £500,000
  58. 58. Question 15
  59. 59. Which famous building in London is made from limestone?A Buckingham PalaceB Westminster AbbeyC St Paul’s CathedralD Millennium Wheel
  60. 60. £1,000,000
  61. 61. Which famous building in London is made from limestone?A Buckingham PalaceB Westminster AbbeyC St Paul’s CathedralD Millennium Wheel

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