Rocks, Rocks, Rocks Earth What? My Minerals Chem Chat Maps Everywhere 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500
Rocks, Rocks, Rocks– 100 What is heat and pressure? The process how metamorphic rock forms.
Rocks, Rocks, Rocks- 200 What is Rhyolite? An example of extrusive igneous rock: coal, granite, rhyolite
Rocks, Rocks, Rocks- 300 What is Earth’s interior and the Sun? The energy source(s) of the rock cycle.
Rocks, Rocks, Rocks- 400 What is weathering, erosion, deposition, compaction and cementation? The correct order of forming sedimentary rock.
Rocks, Rocks, Rocks- 500 What is forces perpendicular to the formation of bands? The process of how foliated rock forms
Earth What? - 100 What is all of its’ parts interact? The reason why the Earth is considered a system.
Earth What? - 200 What is geosphere? The asthenosphere and lithosphere are part of this Earth system.
Earth What? - 300 What is hydrogen and helium? The solar system was formed from this rotating cloud according to the nebular hypothesis.
Earth What? - 400 What is hydrosphere? The Earth’s sphere that contains groundwater, glaciers, lakes and oceans.
Earth What? - 500 What is tested extensively, accepted by the scientific community and competing hypothesis are eliminated? The method for making a hypothesis a theory.
My Minerals– 100 What is crystallization? The method for obtaining minerals from cooling magma.
My Minerals- 200 What is precipitation? The method in which dissolved substances are left behind to form minerals.
My Minerals- 300 What is streak, luster, crystal form, cleavage, fracture, hardness or distinctive property? A property of a mineral.
My Minerals- 400 What is sulfide? The classification of pyrite, FeS2.
My Minerals- 500 What is greasy, magnetic, double refraction or reaction with acids? A distinctive property of minerals.
Chem Chat-100 What is proton, electron and neutron? The three particles of an atom.
Chem Chat- 200 What is two or more elements chemically combined? The definition of a compound.
Chem Chat- 300 What is an atom’s outer energy level lacks the maxium number of electrons? The reason why elements combine to form chemical bonds.
Chem Chat- 400 What is an ionic bond? The type of bond this diagram represents.
ChemChat- 500 What is oxygen? An example of an element: air, carbon monoxide, oxygen, water.
Maps Everywhere- 100 What is zero degrees longitude? The location of prime meridian.
Maps Everywhere- 200 What is accurate directions but distorted sizes and shape? The advantage and disadvantage of a Robinson projection.
Maps Everywhere- 300 What is topographic? A map that shows elevation.
Maps Everywhere- 400 What is a Robinson projection? The type of map in this figure.
Maps Everywhere- 500 • What is 3°N 170°E or10°S 15°W? • The correct longitude and latitude: • 10°N 20°S, 8°E 30°W,10°S 15°W, • 100°N 120°E,7°S 190°W,