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Unit C Weather and the Solar System
What is the atmosphere? a.Water vapor in the air around Earth b.The oxygen in the air around Earth c.The clouds in the air around Earth d.The mixture of gases that surrounds Earth
The force that air exerts on a given area is called a.Air mass b.Air pressure c.Jet stream d.Wind
Which instrument measures air pressure? a.Weather vane b.Barometer c.Rain gauge d.Thermometer
What causes air pressure a.Moving clouds b.Falling rain c.Moving air particles d.Changing weather
What happens to air as you climb a high mountain? a.It thins b.It thickens c.It gets wetter d.It does not change
Which is NOT a reason the Earth’s surface heats unevenly? a.Earth’s shape b.Earth’s core c.Earth's motions d.Earth’s tilt
What kind of weather would you expect if you saw this cloud in the sky? a.Severe weather b.Light rain c.A tornado d.Sunny day
Wind is… a.Changing air pressure b.Moving clouds c.Moving air particles d.Blowing rain
In the spring, snow melting on mountains can cause a a.Blizzard b.Flood c.Drought d.Volcano
The word solar refers to a.The Sun b.The Moon c.Earth d.Outer space
Which object can be classified with Earth and Jupiter a.An asteroid b.The Moon c.Saturn d.The Sun
Our solar system is one part of a larger a.Asteroid b.Comet c.Galaxy d.Planet
The arrow in this diagram is pointing to a a.Star b.Planet c.Moon d.Comet
The Sun is a(n) a.Asteroid b.Meteor c.Planet d.Star
Gravity causes a.Objects to fall b.Objects to raise c.Objects to fly d.Objects to float
What is an orbit? a.A path toward an object b.A path around an object c.A path away from an object d.A path above an object
To rotate means to a.Orbit b.Sway c.Revolve d.Spin
What holds Earth in orbit? a.Movement b.Rotation c.Gravity d.Revolution
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