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C. Temperature and Time
B. The apple has more mass than the orange.
B. Town B
C. Volume of a liquid
C. Display data
D. Observe and ask questions
B. Energy pyramid
B. Plankton, shrimp, fish, shark
D. All of the above
A. Rain decreased the temperature.
C. The river could overflow and flood the plain.
A. The soil is fertile and there is a good water supply.
C. It uses food stored in the egg.
B. 2, 4, 1, 3
B. 1, 3, 2, 4
D. Only Dick can hear clearly.
D. All will show the same weight.
B. The climate was warmer and wetter millions of years ago.
A. Mountain K
B. A landslide
A. It uses electricity to produce heat.
A. On top of the building
B. Cheetah and peregrine falcon
D. Ball N
A. Chair 1
D. They are different sizes.
D. Birds, trees, worms
D. All objects have mass.
D. An apple core.
One kind of plant adaptation is color. How does color help a plant survive? A. A plants color protects it from enemies. B. A plants color helps it hold water. C. A plants color attracts animals to pollinate it. D. A plants color helps it grow toward the Sun.
C. A plants color helps attract animals to pollinate it.
Which of the following is a natural change to a habitat? A. hurricane B. pollution C. people building a house D. a machine knocking down trees
When a habitat changes, it may not have food, water, shelter, or living space for the plants and animals. Which would you expect to happen after this kind of habitat change? A. The plants and animals will not be affected. B. The plants will be fine but the animals will be affected. C. The animals will be fine but the plants will be affected. D. The plants and animals my die or try to move to a new habitat.
D. The plants and animals may die or try to move to another habitat.
What role do decomposers play in a food chain? A. They return nutrients to the soil. B. They make food for animals. C. They are eaten by producers. D. They return energy to the Sun.
A. They return nutrients to the soil.
What occurs when water covers land that is usually dry? A. A delta B. An earthquake C. A volcanic eruption D. A flood
Which Earth materials to crops need to grow? A. aluminum and steel B. iron ore and copper C. wood and peat D. soil and fresh water
D. Soil and fresh water
Which slow process breaks rocks into smaller pieces? A. erosion B. gravity C. weathering D. deposition
During erosion, what usually carries loose, broken rocks to new places? A. earthquakes and volcanoes B. plants C. wind or water D. landslides
C. wind or water
Which process or event changes Earths land quickly or rapidly? A. volcanic eruption B. deposition C. weathering D. erosion
A. Volcanic eruption
What do most rivers flow into? A. a stream or another river B. a lake or a pond C. a sea or an ocean D. a glacier or an ice cap
C. a sea or an ocean
Where is most of Earths fresh water? A. oceans B. glaciers and ice caps C. lakes and ponds D. rivers
B. Glaciers and ice caps
What are the smallest rock particles that make up soil? A. silt B. clay C. humus D. sediment
What is humus made of? A. tiny bits of rock B. sand C. decaying plants and animals D. clay
C. decaying plants and animals
Which property can help you identify a mineral? A. mass B. shape C. size D. hardness
What is luster? A. how a mineral reflects light B. the hardness of the mineral C. the color of a mineral D. the streak a mineral leaves
A. how a mineral reflects light
What type of fossil is formed when sand containing an imprint formed by a plant or animal becomes a rock? A. tree sap fossil B. cast fossil C. mold fossil D. petrified wood
C. Mold fossil
How does a cast fossil form? A. when a mold fossil is filled with sediments B. when a living thing is trapped in tree sap C. when a bone is preserved in tar D. when a living thing leaves a mark in sand
A. When a mold fossil is filled with sediments
What can scientists learn by studying fossils? A. They can learn about the environment of the past. B. They can learn about what will happen in the future. C. They can learn about what ancient plants tasted like. D.They can learn about why club mosses grow in warm, wet weather.
A. They can learn about the environments of the past.