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3 SOL Jeopardy Astronomy GeologyGeology 2 Meteorology Geology with Pictures 400 200 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000

4 B. 10% A.90%90% C. 50% D. 25% Question 1 from Topic 1 What is the approximate percentage of the Earth that is illuminated by the sun at any given time?

5 Answer to Question1 from Topic 1 Bonus Jeopardy C. 50%

6 Answer Click to record $200

7 Question 2 Topic 1 B. Core D. Chromosphere C. Photosphere A. Corona Which layer of the sun is seen during a total solar eclipse?

8 Answer to Question 2 Topic 1 Bonus Jeopardy A. Corona

9 Answer Click to record $400

10 Question 3 Topic 1 B. Stars D. meteors C. asteroids A. comets Gas and dust in interstellar nebulae can form

11 Answer 3 to Topic 1 Bonus Jeopardy B. Stars

12 Wow! Youre good! Answer Click to record $600

13 Question 4 Topic 1 B. An inner planet C. An outer planet D. Outside of three smaller planets A. Outside of the gas giants Which of the following best describes Earths orbital position in our solar system?

14 Answer 4 Topic 1 Bonus Jeopardy B. An inner planet

15 Answer Click to record $800

16 Question 5 Topic 1 B. C. D. A. Which image best represents our galaxy?

17 Answer 5 Topic 1 Bonus Jeopardy A.

18 Answer Click to record $1000

19 Question 1 Topic 2 A. magma D. sedementary C. metamorphic B. weathering Liquid rock is called _____.

20 Answer 1 Topic 2 Bonus Jeopardy A. Magma

21 AnswerRIGHT! When youre RIGHT, youre RIGHT! Click to record $200

22 A. minerals Question 2 Topic 2 D. metamorphic C. sedimentary B. igneous When magma cools down it forms __________ rock.

23 Answer 2 Topic 2 Bonus Jeopardy B. Igneous Rock.

24 Answer Genuis! That is what it is sheer genius! Click to record $400

25 Question 3 Topic 2 A. sedimentary D. metamorphic C. igneous B. mineral This rock is buried under a mountain or deep in the earth's crust.

26 Answer 3 Topic 2 Bonus Jeopardy D. Metamorphic

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28 Question 4 Topic 2 A. hammering D. pressure C. seismic B. weathering This is the term geologist use to explain the natural process for when rocks break down.

29 Answer 4 Topic 2 Bonus Jeopardy B. weathering

30 Answer Click to record $800

31 Question 5 Topic 2 A. lithosphere D. crust C. core B. mantle The uppermost portion of the earth is called the crust or ______.

32 Answer 5 Topic 2 Bonus Jeopardy A. lithosphere

33 Answer Click to record $1000

34 A. asteroid impact with earth Question 1 Topic 3 D. melting in polar icecaps C. volcanoes B. earthquakes Most modern geologist have argued that a global catastrophe may have caused the extinction of the dinosaurs. According to scientist, what was this catastrophe?

35 Answer 1 Topic 3 Bonus Jeopardy A. Asteroid impacting earth

36 Answer Click to record $200

37 Question 2 Topic 3 A. younger D. More eroded C. Older B. thicker Compared to the Rocky Mountains, the Appalachian Mountains are much __________.

38 Answer 2 Topic 3 Bonus Jeopardy C. Older

39 Answer Youre bouncing along well! Click to record $400

40 A.The distance the layerThe distance the layer extends over the earth Question 3 Topic 3 B. The thickness of the layer C. The chemical make up of the layer D. The position of the layer compared to other layers Which of these is the best indication of the relative age of a rock layer?

41 Answer 3 Topic 3 Bonus Jeopardy D. The position of the layer compared to other layers

42 Answer Click to record $600

43 Question 4 Topic 4 A.Mineral crystals andMineral crystals and compositions are identified C. One type of rock can be changed into another type of rock D. Different types of fossils are turned into rocks B. Tectonic plates shift around the earths surface Scientists use the rock cycle to describe the processes by which --

44 Answer 4 Topic 3 Bonus Jeopardy C. One type of rock can be changed into another type of rock

45 Answer You are so lucky! Click to record $800

46 Question 5 Topic 3 A. Igneous intrusive B. Metamorphic D. Igneous extrusive C. Sedimentary In which type of rock are fossils most likely to be found?

47 Answer 5 Topic 3 Bonus Jeopardy C. Sedimentary

48 Answer Click to record $1000

49 A.condensing watercondensing water particles in clouds B. regulating the heat from the sun C. absorbing ultraviolet radiation D. insulating the temperature at the poles Question 1 Topic 4 Ozone molecules protect Earth from the harmful effects of the sun by

50 Answer 1 Topic 4 Bonus Jeopardy C. absorbing ultraviolet radiation

51 Answer Click to record $200

52 Question 2 Topic 4 A. B. C. D. Based on the above symbols, which of the following represents a wind speed of 30 knots?

53 Answer 2 Topic 4 Bonus Jeopardy C.

54 Answer Click to record $400

55 Question 3 Topic 4 A. convection currents B. magnetic fields C. hot spots D. advection forces The Earths mantle is made up of very hot material that rises to the top of the mantle, cools, then sinks, reheats, and rises again, constantly repeating the cycle. This action, which causes the Earths crust to move, is known as

56 Answer 3 Topic 4 Bonus Jeopardy A. convection currents

57 Answer Click to record $600

58 Question 4 Topic 4 A. Wrong B. Wrong C. Correct D. Wrong Which of these will cause the greatest high tides?

59 Answer 4 Topic 4 Bonus Jeopardy C. Correct

60 Answer I hope children never loose their sense of wonder and peace! Click to record $800

61 Question 5 Topic 4 A.increase in atmosphericincrease in atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration B. greenhouse gas build-up in the lower atmosphere C. acid rain in the northeast U.S. D. destruction of ozone in the upper atmosphere Release of CFCs and similar compounds are a possible cause of

62 Answer 5 Topic 4 Bonus Jeopardy D. destruction of ozone in the upper atmosphere

63 Answer Click to record $1000

64 Question 1 Topic 5 A. 3 B. 1 C. 4 D. 2 Which region of Virginia is classified as the Piedmont?

65 Answer 1 Topic 5 Bonus Jeopardy A. 3

66 Answer What a pickle! I am getting so many questions correct! Click to record $200

67 A. Charlottesville B. Harrisonburg C. Deel D. Norfolk Question 2 Topic 5 The map shows the ages of the exposed bedrock in Virginia. Which city sits on exposed bedrock that is the same age as the rock in Bristol?

68 Answer 2 Topic 5 Bonus Jeopardy B. Harrisonburg

69 Answer Click to record $400

70 Question 3 Topic 5 A. Sedimentary B. Igneous C. Metamorphic D. Basaltic Which kind of rock is formed by the processes shown?

71 Answer 3 Topic 5 Bonus Jeopardy A. Sedimentary

72 Answer Click to record $600

73 Question 4 Topic 5 A. 3 B. 1 C. 4 D. 2 The layer in the above soil profile that has the most humus is

74 Answer 4 Topic 5 Bonus Jeopardy B. 1

75 Answer Click to record $800

76 Question 5 Topic 5 A. 4 B. 1 C. 3 D. 2 According to the above diagram, the water supply will be most consistent in well

77 Answer 5 Topic 5 Bonus Jeopardy C. 3

78 Answer Click to record $1000


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