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1 Plate Tectonics Let me check out your moves.

2 Seismic waves are __________ of what is below the earth’s surface. A. Direct evidence B. Indirect evidence

3 Volcanoes are ________________ of what is below the earth’s surface. A. Direct evidence B. Indirect evidence

4 Core samples are ________________ of what is below the earth’s surface. A. Direct evidence B. Indirect evidence

5 Which is the outermost layer of the earth? A. Core B. Corpse C. Crust D. Crusties E. Mantle F. Mental

6 Which is the innermost layer of the earth? A. Core B. Corpse C. Crust D. Crusties E. Mantle F. Mental

7 Which is the middle layer of the earth? A. Core B. Corpse C. Crust D. Crusties E. Mantle F. Mental

8 The crust is mostly A. Liquid B. Solid C. Flakey D. Smelly

9 The mantle is mostly A. Liquid B. Solid C. Flakey D. Smelly

10 The outer core is mostly A. Liquid B. Solid C. Flakey D. Smelly

11 The inner core is mostly A. Liquid B. Solid C. Flakey D. Smelly

12 Because the earth is made mostly of nickel and iron it spins, the earth is A. Dizzy B. Wobbly C. Magnetic D. None of the above, it means nothing useful

13 Heat transfer through space is A. Conduction B. Convection C. Radiation

14 Heat transfer through a liquid is A. Conduction B. Convection C. Radiation

15 Heat transfer through direct contact is A. Conduction B. Convection C. Radiation

16 Getting burned by touching the hot spoon in my Spaghetti O’s© is A. Conduction B. Convection C. Radiation

17 My Spaghetti O’s© heating without being stirred is an example of A. Conduction B. Convection C. Radiation

18 My Spaghetti O’s© burning to the bottom of the pan is an example of A. Conduction B. Convection C. Radiation

19 My getting a sunburn while tanning waiting for my Spaghetti O’s© is an example of A. Conduction B. Convection C. Radiation

20 What is the first step in the process of convection? A. Cold liquid sinks, warm liquid rises. B. Cold liquid undergoes heat transfer while warm liquid cools as it moves away from the heat source. C. Heat transfer causes liquid to warm. D. Warm liquid is lighter than cold. E. Warm particles move more quickly and further apart.

21 What is the second step in the process of convection? A. Cold liquid sinks, warm liquid rises. B. Cold liquid undergoes heat transfer while warm liquid cools as it moves away from the heat source. C. Heat transfer causes liquid to warm. D. Warm liquid is lighter than cold. E. Warm particles move more quickly and further apart.

22 What is the third step in the process of convection? A. Cold liquid sinks, warm liquid rises. B. Cold liquid undergoes heat transfer while warm liquid cools as it moves away from the heat source. C. Heat transfer causes liquid to warm. D. Warm liquid is lighter than cold. E. Warm particles move more quickly and further apart.

23 What is the fourth step in the process of convection? A. Cold liquid sinks, warm liquid rises. B. Cold liquid undergoes heat transfer while warm liquid cools as it moves away from the heat source. C. Heat transfer causes liquid to warm. D. Warm liquid is lighter than cold. E. Warm particles move more quickly and further apart.

24 What is the final step in the process of convection? A. Cold liquid sinks, warm liquid rises. B. Cold liquid undergoes heat transfer while warm liquid cools as it moves away from the heat source. C. Heat transfer causes liquid to warm. D. Warm liquid is lighter than cold. E. Warm particles move more quickly and further apart.

25 Who came up with the theory of Pangea? A. Scooby Doo B. Albert Einstein C. Harold Hess D. Mr. Krueger E. Alfred Wegner

26 What does Pangea mean? A. Olly Olly All Come Free B. All knowing C. All lands D. All together

27 Which is not an evidence of Continental Drift? A. Climate B. Fossils C. Landforms D. Subduction

28 Which is not a reason why Wegner’s theory was rejected? A. He had no evidence of the reason for the earth’s movements B. His evidence didn’t match up well enough C. Scientists believed that mountains were formed by a shrinking crust D. Scientists thought the earth was cooling

29 Who proved Wegner’s theory of Pangea correct? A. Mickey Mouse B. Albert Einstein C. Harold Hess D. Mr. Krueger E. Alfred Wegner

30 Which is not one of his reasons for his assertion that the sea floor is spreading? A. Drilling Samples B. Magnetic Strips C. Molten Material D. SONAR reports E. Strange sea creatures found underwater F. Underwater submersibles like ALVIN

31 The theory that new magma forced up from the mantle is causing the oceans to grow A. Convergent Boundaries B. Divergent Boundaries C. Ring of Fire D. Sea floor spreading E. Subduction F. Transform Boundary

32 The forcing of old sea floor under the continental crust recycling the crust A. Convergent Boundaries B. Divergent Boundaries C. Ring of Fire D. Sea floor spreading E. Subduction F. Transform Boundary

33 The area of volcanism formed by subducted crust melting under heat and pressure A. Convergent Boundaries B. Divergent Boundaries C. Ring of Fire D. Sea floor spreading E. Subduction F. Transform Boundary

34 Two plates that slip past each other A. Convergent Boundaries B. Divergent Boundaries C. Ring of Fire D. Sea floor spreading E. Subduction F. Transform Boundary

35 Two plates that move apart A. Convergent Boundaries B. Divergent Boundaries C. Ring of Fire D. Sea floor spreading E. Subduction F. Transform Boundary

36 Two plates that move toward one another A. Convergent Boundaries B. Divergent Boundaries C. Ring of Fire D. Sea floor spreading E. Subduction F. Transform Boundary


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