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Unit D Natural Resources. Question 1 All of the following are renewable resources EXCEPT: A.Wheat B.Air C.Petroleum D.Ranch Animals.

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1 Unit D Natural Resources

2 Question 1 All of the following are renewable resources EXCEPT: A.Wheat B.Air C.Petroleum D.Ranch Animals

3 Answer 1 All of the following are renewable resources EXCEPT: A.Wheat B.Air C.Petroleum D.Ranch Animals

4 Question 2 Farmers understand that different crops pull out different nutrients from the ground. Because of this, farmers change which crops are planted in different field each year. What is the reason that a farmer rotates the crops he plants there? A.to maintain the look of his crops B.to reduce the amount of petroleum used for maintenance C.to maintain the quality of the soil D.to reduce the number of insects on his crops

5 Answer 2 Farmers understand that different crops pull out different nutrients from the ground. Because of this, farmers change which crops are planted in different field each year. What is the reason that a farmer rotates the crops he plants there? A.to maintain the look of his crops B.to reduce the amount of petroleum used for maintenance C.to maintain the quality of the soil D.to reduce the number of insects on his crops

6 Question 3 In class we tested 3 brands of paper towels. Each performed differently in the tests. Why is it important for consumers to have a choice when purchasing products? A.Consumers can choose brands that meet their needs. B.Consumers can support products that use less packaging and create less waste. C.Consumers can choose brands that provide a good value. D.All of the above

7 Answer 3 In class we tested 3 brands of paper towels. Each performed differently in the tests. Why is it important for consumers to have a choice when purchasing products? A.Consumers can choose brands that meet their needs. B.Consumers can support products that use less packaging and create less waste. C.Consumers can choose brands that provide a good value. D.All of the above

8 Question 4 Mrs. Edward’s class is testing the water in Lake Ray Hubbard to determine if chemicals are being dumped in the lake. What safety procedure should they follow? A.Clean up spills quickly, and then tell the teacher about them B.Taste the water to see if it tastes like chemical waste C.Wear goggles to protect their eyes D.Go swimming during the experiment

9 Answer 4 Mrs. Edward’s class is testing the water in Lake Ray Hubbard to determine if chemicals are being dumped in the lake. What safety procedure should they follow? A.Clean up spills quickly, and then tell the teacher about them B.Taste the water to see if it tastes like chemical waste C.Wear goggles to protect their eyes D.Go swimming during the experiment

10 Question 5 If the factory in the picture above is not practicing good environmental conservation, what effect could be produced? A.Good air for flying kites B.Healthy plant growth C.Air pollution D.Plentiful animal populations

11 Answer 5 If the factory in the picture above is not practicing good environmental conservation, what effect could be produced? A.Good air for flying kites B.Healthy plant growth C.Air pollution D.Plentiful animal populations

12 Question 6 What are some ways a person can conserve natural resources? A.Turning off lights and electronics when they aren’t being used B.Using an insulated lunchbox instead of a disposable bag C.Recycling newspapers, aluminum cans, and milk cartons D.All of the above

13 Answer 6 What are some ways a person can conserve natural resources? A.Turning off lights and electronics when they aren’t being used B.Using an insulated lunchbox instead of a disposable bag C.Recycling newspapers, aluminum cans, and milk cartons D.All of the above

14 Question 7 There is no regular trash pick up in Happy Days Neighborhood. Instead, the residents regularly dump their trash in a nearby field. How could they help preserve the nearby wildlife? A.Take turns taking the trash to the town dump B.Build a fence to keep out the animals C.Teach their pets to stay out of the area D.Post signs that say “No Trespassing”

15 Answer 7 There is no regular trash pick up in Happy Days Neighborhood. Instead, the residents regularly dump their trash in a nearby field. How could they help preserve the nearby wildlife? A.Take turns taking the trash to the town dump B.Build a fence to keep out the animals C.Teach their pets to stay out of the area D.Post signs that say “No Trespassing”

16 Question 8 I am – A liquid Mined from the ground Made from ancient fossils A nonrenewable resource What am I? A.Coal B.Natural Gas C.Petroleum D.Water

17 Answer 8 I am – A liquid Mined from the ground Made from ancient fossils A nonrenewable resource What am I? A.Coal B.Natural Gas C.Petroleum D.Water

18 Question 9 I am A liquid Found above, below, and on the earth Used to produce energy A renewable resource A.Wind B.Sunlight C.Water D.Soil

19 Answer 9 I am A liquid Found above, below, and on the earth Used to produce energy A renewable resource A.Wind B.Sunlight C.Water D.Oil

20 Question 10 A Christmas tree farmer cuts down trees each year to sell to families to decorate their homes. He says that trees are a renewable resource. Why is this true?

21 Answer 10 A Christmas tree farmer cuts down trees each year to sell to families to decorate their homes. He says that trees are a renewable resource. Why is this true? Trees are a renewable resource because new trees can be grown within a lifetime.

22 Question 11 My power company advertises that 20% of the electricity it sells comes from renewable resources. Which of these could be a way they produce renewable energy? A.Using coal B.Burning natural gas C.Using wind turbines D.Burning oil

23 Answer 11 My power company advertises that 20% of the electricity it sells comes from renewable resources. Which of these could be a way they produce renewable energy? A.Using coal B.Burning natural gas C.Using wind turbines D.Burning oil

24 Question 12 Hayden has a #2 plastic milk jug and a #6 egg carton. Which is easier to recycle?

25 Question 12 Hayden has a #2 plastic milk jug and a #6 egg carton. Which is easier to recycle? #2 Plastic Milk Jug

26 Question 13 Trees are a natural resource that we use to make things of wood and paper. What is one way students can conserve trees? AWriting with pencils rather than pens BUsing cloth towels instead of paper towels CThrowing used paper in the trash DMaking sure to only use wooden chairs

27 Question 13 Trees are a natural resource that we use to make things of wood and paper. What is one way people can conserve trees? AWriting with pencils rather than pens BUsing cloth towels instead of paper towels CThrowing used paper in the trash DMaking sure to only use wooden chairs

28 Question 14 Define and give 2 examples of renewable resources.

29 Answer 14 Define and give 2 examples of renewable resources. A renewable resource can be replaced or naturally recycled within a lifetime. Ex: plants, animals, water, air

30 Question 15 Define and give 2 examples of nonrenewable resources.

31 Question 15 Define and give 2 examples of nonrenewable resources. A nonrenewable resource cannot be replaced within a lifetime. Ex: coal, oil/petroleum, natural gas, metals, rocks, soil


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