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Earth Science Review Jeopardy

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Earth Science Review Jeopardy

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  1. Earth Science Review Jeopardy

  2. SOL Jeopardy Astronomy Geology Geology 2 Meteorology Geology with Pictures 200 200 200 200 200 400 400 400 400 400 600 600 600 600 600 800 800 800 800 800 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000

  3. Question 1 from Topic 1 What is the approximate percentage of the Earth that is illuminated by the sun at any given time? • 90% B. 10% C. 50% D. 25%

  4. Answer to Question1 from Topic 1 C. 50% Bonus Jeopardy

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  6. Question 2 Topic 1 A. Corona B. Core C. Photosphere D. Chromosphere Which layer of the sun is seen during a total solar eclipse?

  7. Answer to Question 2 Topic 1 A. Corona Bonus Jeopardy

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  9. Question 3 Topic 1 A. comets Gas and dust in interstellar nebulae can form — B. Stars C. asteroids D. meteors

  10. Answer 3 to Topic 1 B. Stars Bonus Jeopardy

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  12. Question 4 Topic 1 A. Outside of the gas giants Which of the following best describes Earth’s orbital position in our solar system? B. An inner planet C. An outer planet D. Outside of three smaller planets

  13. Answer 4 Topic 1 B. An inner planet Bonus Jeopardy

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  15. A. Question 5 Topic 1 B. Which image best represents our galaxy? C. D.

  16. Answer 5 Topic 1 A. Bonus Jeopardy

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  18. Question 1 Topic 2 A. magma Liquid rock is called _____. B. weathering C. metamorphic D. sedementary

  19. Answer 1 Topic 2 A. Magma Bonus Jeopardy

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  21. Question 2 Topic 2 A. minerals When magma cools down it forms __________ rock. B. igneous C. sedimentary D. metamorphic

  22. Answer 2 Topic 2 B. Igneous Rock. Bonus Jeopardy

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  24. Question 3 Topic 2 A. sedimentary B. mineral This rock is buried under a mountain or deep in the earth's crust. C. igneous D. metamorphic

  25. Answer 3 Topic 2 D. Metamorphic Bonus Jeopardy

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  27. Question 4 Topic 2 A. hammering B. weathering This is the term geologist use to explain the natural process for when rocks break down. C. seismic D. pressure

  28. Answer 4 Topic 2 B. weathering Bonus Jeopardy

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  30. Question 5 Topic 2 A. lithosphere The uppermost portion of the earth is called the crust or ______. B. mantle C. core D. crust

  31. Answer 5 Topic 2 A. lithosphere Bonus Jeopardy

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  33. Question 1 Topic 3 Most modern geologist have argued that a global catastrophe may have caused the extinction of the dinosaurs. According to scientist, what was this catastrophe? A. asteroid impact with earth B. earthquakes C. volcanoes D. melting in polar icecaps

  34. Answer 1 Topic 3 A. Asteroid impacting earth Bonus Jeopardy

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  36. Question 2 Topic 3 A. younger Compared to the Rocky Mountains, the Appalachian Mountains are much __________. B. thicker C. Older D. More eroded

  37. Answer 2 Topic 3 C. Older Bonus Jeopardy

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  39. Question 3 Topic 3 • The distance the layer • extends over the earth Which of these is the best indication of the relative age of a rock layer? B. The thickness of the layer C. The chemical make up of the layer D. The position of the layer compared to other layers

  40. Answer 3 Topic 3 D. The position of the layer compared to other layers Bonus Jeopardy

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  42. Question 4 Topic 4 • Mineral crystals and • compositions are identified Scientists use the rock cycle to describe the processes by which -- B. Tectonic plates shift around the earth’s surface C. One type of rock can be changed into another type of rock D. Different types of fossils are turned into rocks

  43. Answer 4 Topic 3 C. One type of rock can be changed into another type of rock Bonus Jeopardy

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  45. Question 5 Topic 3 A. Igneous intrusive In which type of rock are fossils most likely to be found? B. Metamorphic C. Sedimentary D. Igneous extrusive

  46. Answer 5 Topic 3 C. Sedimentary Bonus Jeopardy

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  48. Question 1 Topic 4 • condensing water • particles in clouds Ozone molecules protect Earth from the harmful effects of the sun by — B. regulating the heat from the sun C. absorbing ultraviolet radiation D. insulating the temperature at the poles

  49. Answer 1 Topic 4 C. absorbing ultraviolet radiation Bonus Jeopardy

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