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The Night Sky Rocks and Minerals Resources Weathering Hodgepodge
100
Telescope or binoculars
In order to see starts and other faraway objects, what tool could we use?
100
Igneous, metamorphic, sedimentary
What are the three types of rocks?
100
Ore
A(n) ________ is a rock that contains metal.
100
Erosion
When water carries sediment down a river, what is being caused?
100
Possible examples: Pencil, finger nail, penny, iron nail, quartz, butter knife, other minerals.
There are several tools that can be used too observe the hardness of minerals. List four.
200
True
The space industry has had positive impacts on Florida's economy? True or False
200
Sedimentary
Which type of rock is formed when small pieces of rock and other materials settle on top of each other and become squeezed together?
200
Resources that cannot be replaced quickly enough to keep from running out. Possible examples: Oil, coal, bricks, soil
What is a nonrenewable resource? Give at least one example.
200
Sediment, abrasion.
_________ is the material that is caused by the weathering of rock. This type of weathering is called ___________.
200
False, an observation is a non-opinion based.
True or false; the following statement is an observation.
"I think Mrs. Anderson is the best intern."
300
About two weeks
How long will it take the moon to revolve between new moon and full moon?
300
Igneous
Which type of rock is formed when lava hardens?
300
Materials that are continually being replaced and will not run out. Possible examples: water, fish, plants, sun
What is a renewable resource? Give at least two examples.
300
The rocks become smoothed and rounded
When rushing water causes abrasion, how are the rocks changed?
300
Data
To prove a hypothesis, a scientist should collect _________.
400
About noon
If it's midnight in Florida, what time of day is it on the opposite side of the Earth?
400
Possible examples: color, texture, layers, air holes, fossils, shape, and size
Name at least three properties that can be used to observe a rock or mineral.
400
Natural resources
The following are examples of what: plants, soil, water, rocks, air
400
They both get inside a crack in the rock and expand or grow.
How are weathering by plants and ice similar?
400
Model
As scientists, we can make and use a _______ to show how something works or looks in real life.
500
Axis, revolves
The Earth tilts on the same _______ as it _______ around the sun.
500
The color of it's powder
What is the streak of a mineral?
500
Phosphate
From what nonrenewable, natural resource is fertilizer made?
500
Slowed river water deposits large amounts of sediment when it flows into the ocean. That sediment builds up, and forms new land called delta.
Describe what is happening when delta is being formed.
500
Diamond
What mineral can scratch all other substances?




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