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  • 1. Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Rocks and Soils
  • 2. Question 1
  • 3. Which rock can be used to write on a blackboard?
    • A Slate
    • B Pumice
    • C Chalk
    • D Flint
  • 4. Which rock can be used to write on a blackboard?
    • A Slate
    • B Pumice
    • C Chalk
    • D Flint
  • 5. £100
  • 6. Question 2
  • 7. Which of these rocks can be used for tiling roofs?
    • A Granite
    • B Chalk
    • C Slate
    • D Flint
  • 8. Which of these rocks can be used for tiling roofs?
    • A Granite
    • B Chalk
    • C Slate
    • D Flint
  • 9. £200
  • 10. Question 3
  • 11. Which of these is an sedimentary rock?
    • A Flint
    • B Limestone
    • C Lava
    • D Slate
  • 12. Which of these is an sedimentary rock?
    • A Flint
    • B Limestone
    • C Lava
    • D Slate
  • 13. £300
  • 14. Question 4
  • 15. What was flint used for in the stone age?
    • A Making weapons
    • B Clothes
    • C Cooking with
    • D Medicine
  • 16. What was flint used for in the stone age?
    • A Making weapons
    • B Clothes
    • C Cooking with
    • D Medicine
  • 17. £500
  • 18. Question 5
  • 19. Where do igneous rocks come from?
    • A Under the sea
    • B Core of the earth
    • C Volcano
    • D The rock shop
  • 20. Where do igneous rocks come from?
    • A Under the sea
    • B Core of the earth
    • C Volcano
    • D The rock shop
  • 21. £1,000
  • 22. Question 6
  • 23. When is a rock permeable? When it…
    • A doesn’t absorb water
    • B does absorb water
    • C wears away easily
    • D doesn’t wear away easily
  • 24. When is a rock permeable? When it…
    • A doesn’t absorb water
    • B does absorb water
    • C wears away easily
    • D doesn’t wear away easily
  • 25. £2,000
  • 26. Question 7
  • 27. Which of these rocks are impermeable?
    • A Clay
    • B Chalk
    • C Slate
    • D Limestone
  • 28. Which of these rocks are impermeable?
    • A Clay
    • B Chalk
    • C Slate
    • D Limestone
  • 29. £4,000
  • 30. Question 8
  • 31. Which of these rocks are permeable?
    • A Marble
    • B Slate
    • C Flint
    • D Sandstone
  • 32. Which of these rocks are permeable?
    • A Marble
    • B Slate
    • C Flint
    • D Sandstone
  • 33. £8,000
  • 34. Question 9
  • 35. Why is marble used for statues?
    • A Cheap to buy
    • B Attractive
    • C Wears away easily
    • D Permeable
  • 36. Why is marble used for statues?
    • A Cheap to buy
    • B Attractive
    • C Wears away easily
    • D Permeable
  • 37. £16,000
  • 38. Question 10
  • 39. Some rocks wear away through a natural process called what?
    • A Elements
    • B Sedimentary
    • C Erosion
    • D Windsion
  • 40. Some rocks wear away through a natural process called what?
    • A Elements
    • B Sedimentary
    • C Erosion
    • D Windsion
  • 41. £32,000
  • 42. Question 11
  • 43. Which of these is a manmade rock?
    • A Granite
    • B Flint
    • C Concrete
    • D Marble
  • 44. Which of these is a manmade rock?
    • A Granite
    • B Flint
    • C Concrete
    • D Marble
  • 45. £64,000
  • 46. Question 12
  • 47. What is soil made from?
    • A vegetation and flowers
    • B rocks and worms
    • C rocks and vegetation
    • D rocks and water
  • 48. What is soil made from?
    • A vegetation and flowers
    • B rocks and worms
    • C rocks and vegetation
    • D rocks and water
  • 49. £125,000
  • 50. Question 13
  • 51. Why are there different coloured layers in soil?
    • A worms
    • B weather
    • C different rocks
    • D different sands
  • 52. Why are there different coloured layers in soil?
    • A worms
    • B weather
    • C different rocks
    • D different sands
  • 53. £250,000
  • 54. Question 14
  • 55. What can be used to separate the different soil particles?
    • A Sieve
    • B Spoon
    • C Bowl
    • D Hands
  • 56. What can be used to separate the different soil particles?
    • A Sieve
    • B Spoon
    • C Bowl
    • D Hands
  • 57. £500,000
  • 58. Question 15
  • 59. Which famous building in London is made from limestone?
    • A Buckingham Palace
    • B Westminster Abbey
    • C St Paul’s Cathedral
    • D Millennium Wheel
  • 60. £1,000,000
  • 61. Which famous building in London is made from limestone?
    • A Buckingham Palace
    • B Westminster Abbey
    • C St Paul’s Cathedral
    • D Millennium Wheel