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1 Earth Space Chapters 3 & 4 Test Prep Game

2 1)Which of the following is a major characteristic of plasma? a) It has a definite shape. b) It has a definite volume. c) Electrons can escape it’s electron cloud. d) It is formed at very low temperatures.

3 1)Which of the following is a major characteristic of plasma? a) It has a definite shape. b) It has a definite volume. c) Electrons can escape it’s electron cloud. d) It is formed at very low temperatures.

4 2)Which of the following has a positive charge? a) Proton b) Neutron c) Electron d) Molecule

5 2)Which of the following has a positive charge? a) Proton b) Neutron c) Electron d) Molecule

6 3)Which property is being tested in the diagram? a) Cleavage b) Hardness c) Luster d) Streak

7 3)Which property is being tested in the diagram? a) Cleavage b) Hardness c) Luster d) Streak

8 4)Which is the softest mineral on Moh’s Hardness Scale? a)Diamond b)Talc c)Hematite d)Calcite

9 4)Which is the softest mineral on Moh’s Hardness Scale? a)Diamond b)Talc c)Hematite d)Calcite

10 5)Which group describes minerals that contain silicon, oxygen and one or more metals? a) Carbonates b) Silicates c) Oxides d) Sulfates

11 5)Which group describes minerals that contain silicon, oxygen and one or more metals? a) Carbonates b) Silicates c) Oxides d) Sulfates

12 6)A(n) ____________ is a mineral that contains a useful substance that can be mined at a profit. a) Ore b) Gem c) Plasma d) Streak

13 6)A(n) ____________ is a mineral that contains a useful substance that can be mined at a profit. a) Ore b) Gem c) Plasma d) Streak

14 7)Which of the following does not describe a mineral? a) It is crystalline. b) It has a definite chemical composition. c) It was once alive. d) It is naturally occurring.

15 7)Which of the following does not describe a mineral? a) It is crystalline. b) It has a definite chemical composition. c) It was once alive. d) It is naturally occurring.

16 8)Which of the following units could be used to measure density? a) meters per second b) grams per second c) meters per centimeters squared d) grams per centimeters cubed

17 8)Which of the following units could be used to measure density? a) meters per second b) grams per second c) meters per centimeters squared d) grams per centimeters cubed

18 9)Where are protons and neutrons found? a) In the electron cloud b) In the nucleus c) In orbitals d) In plasma

19 9)Where are protons and neutrons found? a) In the electron cloud b) In the nucleus c) In orbitals d) In plasma

20 10)The atomic number of an element includes the number of: a)Electrons b)Neutrons c)Protons d)Protons and Neutrons

21 10)The atomic number of an element includes the number of: a)Electrons b)Neutrons c)Protons d)Protons and Neutrons

22 11)When an ionic bond is formed, electrons are __________ another atom. a)Given to or taken from b)Given to c)Taken from d)Destroyed in

23 11)When an ionic bond is formed, electrons are __________ another atom. a)Given to or taken from b)Given to c)Taken from d)Destroyed in

24 12)Which is an example of matter? a) Lightning b) Heat c) Wood d) Light

25 12)Which is an example of matter? a) Lightning b) Heat c) Wood d) Light

26 13)Chlorine has 17 protons and 18 neutrons. What is it’s mass number? a) 35 b) 17 c) 18 d) 1

27 13)Chlorine has 17 protons and 18 neutrons. What is it’s mass number? a) 35 b) 17 c) 18 d) 1 d

28 14)Which is the least reliable physical property to identify a mineral? a) Streak b) Luster c) Magnetism d) Color

29 14)Which is the least reliable physical property to identify a mineral? a) Streak b) Luster c) Magnetism d) Color d

30 15)Which is an example of a mineral with a non-metallic luster? a) Gold b) Pyrite c) Quartz d) Graphite

31 d 15)Which is an example of a mineral with a non-metallic luster? a) Gold b) Pyrite c) Quartz d) Graphite

32 16)Glass is not a mineral, because: a) It fractures. b) It is transparent. c) It is a solid. d) It is not crystalline.

33 16)Glass is not a mineral, because: a) It fractures. b) It is transparent. c) It is a solid. d) It is not crystalline.

34 17)The specific gravity of a material compares its weight with an equal volume of __________. a) Water b) Diamond c) Air d) Rock

35 17)The specific gravity of a material compares its weight with an equal volume of __________. a) Water b) Diamond c) Air d) Rock d

36 18)Which is a chemical formula? a) C b) CH 4 c) C + H 4 d) CH 4

37 d 18)Which is a chemical formula? a) C b) CH 4 c) C + H 4 d) CH 4

38 19)Which is true about pH? a) Acids have low pH; Bases have high pH. b) Bases have low pH; Acids have high pH. c) Acids and Bases can have the same pH. d) A neutral material has a high pH.

39 19)Which is true about pH? a) Acids have low pH; Bases have high pH. b) Bases have low pH; Acids have high pH. c) Acids and Bases can have the same pH. d) A neutral material has a high pH.

40 20)Most minerals are composed of ________ and _________ combined with other elements. a) Carbon and Hydrogen b) Silicon and Oxygen c) Calcium and Oxygen d) Chlorine and Sodium

41 20)Most minerals are composed of ________ and _________ combined with other elements. a) Carbon and Hydrogen b) Silicon and Oxygen c) Calcium and Oxygen d) Chlorine and Sodium

42 21)All of the following are minerals except: a) Salt b) Quartz c) Sugar d) Gold

43 21)All of the following are minerals except: a) Salt b) Quartz c) Sugar d) Gold

44 22)Which mineral property is illustrated by mica peeling off in thin sheets? a) Luster b) Streak c) Hardness d) Cleavage

45 22)Which mineral property is illustrated by mica peeling off in thin sheets? a) Luster b) Streak c) Hardness d) Cleavage d

46 23)Explain why coal is not a mineral. a) Coal is black. b) Coal is made of dead plants. c) Coal is a solid. d) Coal is found underground.

47 23)Explain why coal is not a mineral. a) Coal is black. b) Coal is made from dead plants. c) Coal is a solid. d) Coal is found underground.

48 24)For whom is the mineral hardness table named? a) Isaac Newton b) Neil Armstrong c) Alfred Wegener d) Friedrich Mohs

49 24)For whom is the mineral hardness table named? a) Isaac Newton b) Neil Armstrong c) Alfred Wegener d) Friedrich Mohs

50 25)Which is a homogeneous mixture? a) Chili b) Ocean Water c) Granite d) Salad

51 25)Which is a homogeneous mixture? a) Chili b) Ocean Water c) Granite d) Salad

52 26)An isotope has a different number of _________ than other atoms of the same element. a) protons b) neutrons c) electrons d) molecules

53 26)An isotope has a different number of _________ than other atoms of the same element. a) protons b) neutrons c) electrons d) molecules

54 27)Which is a true statement? a) All atoms of the same element have the same atomic number. b) All atoms of the same element have the same atomic mass. c) All atoms have the same atomic number. d) All atoms have the same atomic mass.

55 27)Which is a true statement? a) All atoms of the same element have the same atomic number. b) All atoms of the same element have the same atomic mass. c) All atoms have the same atomic number. d) All atoms have the same atomic mass.

56 28)The words uneven or splintery describe a mineral’s _____________. a) Cleavage b) Fracture c) Hardness d) Luster

57 28)The words uneven or splintery describe a mineral’s _____________. a) Cleavage b) Fracture c) Hardness d) Luster d

58 29)If a fingernail has a hardness of 2.5, which mineral in the table can it scratch ? a) Diamond b) Quartz c) Calcite d) Gypsum

59 29)If a fingernail has a hardness of 2.5, which mineral in the table can it scratch ? a) Diamond b) Quartz c) Calcite d) Gypsum

60 30)In what physical state is matter in Jar A? a)Solid b)Liquid c)Gas d)Plasma

61 30)In what physical state is matter in Jar A? a)Solid b)Liquid c)Gas d)Plasma

62 Tie-Breaker Question: How many named minerals has the International Mineral Association (IMA) identified? Note: Must be closest to the correct answer without going over.

63 3,803 Named Minerals Tie-Breaker Question: How many named minerals has the International Mineral Association (IMA) identified?


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