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2 Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Earth Science Review

3 Your Mission: Your mission, should you decide to accept it, is to answer tough questions thrown at you by the Space Martians. You need to complete this mission before the end of the day, otherwise the Martians will take over earth! Picture Credit http://www.paintbynumberz.com/_uimages/edison.gif

4 50:50 Give Hint! B. The comets tail is following the path of Jupiter. C. The solar wind blows the tail away from the Sun. D. Moons light only shines on part of the comet. A. It is being pulled by a nearby black hole. Why does a comets tail point away from the Sun?

5 Hint B. The comets tail is following the path of Jupiter. C. The solar wind blows the tail away from the Sun. D. Moons light only shines on part of the comet. A. It is being pulled by a nearby black hole. Why does a comets tail point away from the Sun?

6 50:50 B. The comets tail is following the path of Jupiter. C. The solar wind blows the tail away from the Sun. Why does a comets tail point away from the Sun?

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8 You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help! B. The comets tail is following the path of Jupiter. C. The solar wind blows the tail away from the Sun. D. Moons light only shines on part of the comet. A. It is being pulled by a nearby black hole. Why does a comets tail point away from the Sun?

9 D.. Answer 1 C. The solar wind blows the tail away from the Sun.

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11 50:50 Give Hint! B. absorbed by Earth during daylight hours A.released fromreleased from Earths interior D. generated from tropical winds C. produced by the friction of air particles Cloudy nights can be warmer than clear nights because clouds trap heat

12 Hint B. absorbed by Earth during daylight hours A.released fromreleased from Earths interior D. generated from tropical winds C. produced by the friction of air particles Cloudy nights can be warmer than clear nights because clouds trap heat

13 50:50 B. absorbed by Earth during daylight hours A.released fromreleased from Earths interior Cloudy nights can be warmer than clear nights because clouds trap heat

14 Picture Credit: http://school.discovery.com/clipart/category/anmt0.html

15 You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help! B. absorbed by Earth during daylight hours A.released fromreleased from Earths interior D. generated from tropical winds C. produced by the friction of air particles Cloudy nights can be warmer than clear nights because clouds trap heat

16 D.. Answer 2 B. absorbed by Earth during daylight hours

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18 50:50 Give Hint! A. deep underground B. nonpollutingD. overabundant C. nonrenewable A major problem with depending on fossil fuels as primary energy sources is that they are

19 Hint A. deep underground B. nonpollutingD. overabundant C. nonrenewable A major problem with depending on fossil fuels as primary energy sources is that they are

20 50:50 D. overabundant C. nonrenewable A major problem with depending on fossil fuels as primary energy sources is that they are

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22 You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help! A. deep underground B. nonpollutingD. overabundant C. nonrenewable A major problem with depending on fossil fuels as primary energy sources is that they are

23 Answer 3 C. nonrenewable

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25 50:50 Give Hint! A. less eroded B. higher D. older C. thicker Compared to the Rocky Mountains, the Appalachian Mountains are much

26 Hint A. less eroded B. higher D. older C. thicker Compared to the Rocky Mountains, the Appalachian Mountains are much

27 50:50 A. less eroded D. older Compared to the Rocky Mountains, the Appalachian Mountains are much

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29 You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help! A. less eroded B. higher D. older C. thicker Compared to the Rocky Mountains, the Appalachian Mountains are much

30 D.. Answer 4 D. older

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32 50:50 Give Hint! A.Faults on tectonic plates areFaults on tectonic plates are in constant motion, but volcanoes may not erupt for many years. B. Faults and volcanoes are often found at tectonic plate boundaries. D. Tectonic plates that have many faults do not usually have volcanoes. C. Faults and volcanoes existed long before there were tectonic plates Which provides the best evidence for the theory that faults and volcanoes are results of tectonic plate interactions?

33 Hint A.Faults on tectonic plates areFaults on tectonic plates are in constant motion, but volcanoes may not erupt for many years. B. Faults and volcanoes are often found at tectonic plate boundaries. D. Tectonic plates that have many faults do not usually have volcanoes. C. Faults and volcanoes existed long before there were tectonic plates Which provides the best evidence for the theory that faults and volcanoes are results of tectonic plate interactions?

34 50:50 A.Faults on tectonic plates areFaults on tectonic plates are in constant motion, but volcanoes may not erupt for many years. B. Faults and volcanoes are often found at tectonic plate boundaries. Which provides the best evidence for the theory that faults and volcanoes are results of tectonic plate interactions?

35 Picture Credit: http://school.discovery.com/clipart/category/anmt0.html

36 You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help! A.Faults on tectonic plates areFaults on tectonic plates are in constant motion, but volcanoes may not erupt for many years. B. Faults and volcanoes are often found at tectonic plate boundaries. D. Tectonic plates that have many faults do not usually have volcanoes. C. Faults and volcanoes existed long before there were tectonic plates Which provides the best evidence for the theory that faults and volcanoes are results of tectonic plate interactions?

37 D.. Answer 5 B. Faults and volcanoes are often found at tectonic plate boundaries.

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39 Which of these is likely to occur after moist air is cooled below its dew point? 50:50 Give Hint! A. Ice crystals melt. B. Evaporation increases.D. Water condenses. C. Winds are generated.

40 Hint Which of these is likely to occur after moist air is cooled below its dew point? A. Ice crystals melt. B. Evaporation increases.D. Water condenses. C. Winds are generated.

41 50:50 Which of these is likely to occur after moist air is cooled below its dew point? D. Water condenses. C. Winds are generated.

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43 You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help! Which of these is likely to occur after moist air is cooled below its dew point? A. Ice crystals melt. B. Evaporation increases.D. Water condenses. C. Winds are generated.

44 Answer 6 D. Water condenses.

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46 The breakdown of rocks and minerals into smaller particles without a change in composition is called 50:50 Give Hint! A. mechanical weathering B. chemical precipitationD. metamorphic foliation C. igneous intrusion

47 Hint! The breakdown of rocks and minerals into smaller particles without a change in composition is called A. mechanical weathering B. chemical precipitationD. metamorphic foliation C. igneous intrusion

48 50:50 The breakdown of rocks and minerals into smaller particles without a change in composition is called A. mechanical weathering D. metamorphic foliation

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50 You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help! The breakdown of rocks and minerals into smaller particles without a change in composition is called A. mechanical weathering B. chemical precipitationD. metamorphic foliation C. igneous intrusion

51 Answer 7 A. mechanical weathering

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53 Metamorphic rocks with a layered or banded look are called 50:50 Give Hint! A. foliated B. striatedD. evaporated C. unfoliated

54 Hint Metamorphic rocks with a layered or banded look are called A. foliated B. striatedD. evaporated C. unfoliated

55 50:50 Metamorphic rocks with a layered or banded look are called A. foliated B. striated

56 Picture Credit: http://school.discovery.com/clipart/category/anmt0.html

57 You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help! Metamorphic rocks with a layered or banded look are called A. foliated B. striatedD. evaporated C. unfoliated

58 Answer 8 A. foliated

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60 In the jar shown, a sample of soil was mixed with water and then allowed to settle for 24 hours. The jar serves as a model for what process? 50:50 Give Hint! A. Erosion of rock particles by water B. Deposition of sediment in a lake bed D. Formation of soil from parent material C. Evaporation of water from a muddy pond

61 Hint! In the jar shown, a sample of soil was mixed with water and then allowed to settle for 24 hours. The jar serves as a model for what process? A. Erosion of rock particles by water B. Deposition of sediment in a lake bed D. Formation of soil from parent material C. Evaporation of water from a muddy pond

62 50:50 In the jar shown, a sample of soil was mixed with water and then allowed to settle for 24 hours. The jar serves as a model for what process? A. Erosion of rock particles by water B. Deposition of sediment in a lake bed

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64 You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help! In the jar shown, a sample of soil was mixed with water and then allowed to settle for 24 hours. The jar serves as a model for what process? A. Erosion of rock particles by water B. Deposition of sediment in a lake bed D. Formation of soil from parent material C. Evaporation of water from a muddy pond

65 Answer 9 B. Deposition of sediment in a lake bed

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67 50:50 Give Hint! A.Subduction andSubduction and metamorphism B. Crustal uplift and rock deformation D. Erosion and deposition C. Rifting and intrusion Which recent geologic processes commonly occur in the Coastal Plain region of Virginia?

68 Hint A.Subduction andSubduction and metamorphism B. Crustal uplift and rock deformation D. Erosion and deposition C. Rifting and intrusion Which recent geologic processes commonly occur in the Coastal Plain region of Virginia?

69 50:50 A.Subduction andSubduction and metamorphism D. Erosion and deposition Which recent geologic processes commonly occur in the Coastal Plain region of Virginia?

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71 You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help! A.Subduction andSubduction and metamorphism B. Crustal uplift and rock deformation D. Erosion and deposition C. Rifting and intrusion Which recent geologic processes commonly occur in the Coastal Plain region of Virginia?

72 Answer 10 D. Erosion and deposition

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74 50:50 Give Hint! A. global water consumption B. the Moons orbitD. ebb and flow of tides C. Earths climate Dramatic variations in the polar ice caps most likely suggest changes in

75 Hint! A. global water consumption B. the Moons orbitD. ebb and flow of tides C. Earths climate Dramatic variations in the polar ice caps most likely suggest changes in

76 50:50 D. ebb and flow of tides C. Earths climate Dramatic variations in the polar ice caps most likely suggest changes in

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78 You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help! A. global water consumption B. the Moons orbitD. ebb and flow of tides C. Earths climate Dramatic variations in the polar ice caps most likely suggest changes in

79 Answer 11 C. Earths climate

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81 The river shown on the topographic map flows fastest at point 50:50 Give Hint! A. 1 B. 2D. 4 C. 3

82 Hint! The river shown on the topographic map flows fastest at point A. 1 B. 2D. 4 C. 3

83 50:50 The river shown on the topographic map flows fastest at point A. 1 B. 2

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85 You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help! The river shown on the topographic map flows fastest at point A. 1 B. 2D. 4 C. 3

86 Answer 12 A. 1

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88 Which of these describes the area immediately below a water table? 50:50 Give Hint! A. Recharge zone B. Capillary zoneD. Zone of saturation C. Zone of aeration

89 Hint! Which of these describes the area immediately below a water table? A. Recharge zone B. Capillary zoneD. Zone of saturation C. Zone of aeration

90 50:50 Which of these describes the area immediately below a water table? D. Zone of saturation C. Zone of aeration

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92 You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help! Which of these describes the area immediately below a water table? A. Recharge zone B. Capillary zoneD. Zone of saturation C. Zone of aeration

93 Answer 13 D. Zone of saturation

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95 The folding and faulting found in the rocks of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia were created by 50:50 Give Hint! A. the Coriolis effect B. wave action of prehistoric ocean D. collisions of continental plates C. heating and cooling of the prehistoric atmosphere

96 Hint! The folding and faulting found in the rocks of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia were created by A. the Coriolis effect B. wave action of prehistoric ocean D. collisions of continental plates C. heating and cooling of the prehistoric atmosphere

97 50:50 The folding and faulting found in the rocks of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia were created by A. the Coriolis effect D. collisions of continental plates

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99 You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help! The folding and faulting found in the rocks of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia were created by A. the Coriolis effect B. wave action of prehistoric ocean D. collisions of continental plates C. heating and cooling of the prehistoric atmosphere

100 Answer 14 D. collisions of continental plates

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102 Seawater is typically denser than freshwater due to seawaters 50:50 Give Hint! A. smaller mass B. greater depthD. lower freezing point C. higher salinity

103 Hint! Seawater is typically denser than freshwater due to seawaters A. smaller mass B. greater depthD. lower freezing point C. higher salinity

104 50:50 Seawater is typically denser than freshwater due to seawaters D. lower freezing point C. higher salinity

105 Picture Credit: http://school.discovery.com/clipart/category/anmt0.html

106 You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help! Seawater is typically denser than freshwater due to seawaters A. smaller mass B. greater depthD. lower freezing point C. higher salinity

107 Answer 15 C. higher salinity

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109 Which of these describes the most common way that material is added to a continental shelf? 50:50 Give Hint! A.Deposition ofDeposition of continental sediments B. Eruption of continental volcanoes D. Subduction of continental plates C. Evaporation from continental watersheds

110 Hint! Which of these describes the most common way that material is added to a continental shelf? A.Deposition ofDeposition of continental sediments B. Eruption of continental volcanoes D. Subduction of continental plates C. Evaporation from continental watersheds

111 50:50 Which of these describes the most common way that material is added to a continental shelf? A.Deposition ofDeposition of continental sediments B. Eruption of continental volcanoes

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113 You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help! Which of these describes the most common way that material is added to a continental shelf? A.Deposition ofDeposition of continental sediments B. Eruption of continental volcanoes D. Subduction of continental plates C. Evaporation from continental watersheds

114 Answer 16 A.Deposition of continental sediments

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116 50:50 Give Hint! A.FoldingFolding B. WeatheringD. Subduction C. Faulting Limestone chips dissolve after they are placed in a beaker of diluted acid. Which geologic process is this most similar to?

117 Hint! A.FoldingFolding B. WeatheringD. Subduction C. Faulting Limestone chips dissolve after they are placed in a beaker of diluted acid. Which geologic process is this most similar to?

118 50:50 B. WeatheringD. Subduction Limestone chips dissolve after they are placed in a beaker of diluted acid. Which geologic process is this most similar to?

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120 You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help! A.FoldingFolding B. WeatheringD. Subduction C. Faulting Limestone chips dissolve after they are placed in a beaker of diluted acid. Which geologic process is this most similar to?

121 Answer 17 B. Weathering

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123 50:50 Give Hint! A. Erosion and deposition B. Deformation and deposition D. Faulting and fracturing C. Melting and crystallization Which of the following processes will change a sedimentary rock into an igneous rock?

124 Hint! A. Erosion and deposition B. Deformation and deposition D. Faulting and fracturing C. Melting and crystallization Which of the following processes will change a sedimentary rock into an igneous rock?

125 50:50 D. Faulting and fracturing C. Melting and crystallization Which of the following processes will change a sedimentary rock into an igneous rock?

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127 You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help! A. Erosion and deposition B. Deformation and deposition D. Faulting and fracturing C. Melting and crystallization Which of the following processes will change a sedimentary rock into an igneous rock?

128 D.. Answer 18 C. Melting and crystallization

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130 50:50 Give Hint! A. Seasons B. Magnetic polesD. Tides C. Prevailing winds Which of these are caused primarily by the gravitational force between Earth and the Moon?

131 Hint! A. Seasons B. Magnetic polesD. Tides C. Prevailing winds Which of these are caused primarily by the gravitational force between Earth and the Moon?

132 50:50 A. Seasons D. Tides Which of these are caused primarily by the gravitational force between Earth and the Moon?

133 Picture Credit: http://school.discovery.com/clipart/category/anmt0.html

134 You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help! A. Seasons B. Magnetic polesD. Tides C. Prevailing winds Which of these are caused primarily by the gravitational force between Earth and the Moon?

135 Answer 19 D. Tides

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137 50:50 Give Hint! A. It was intruded into layer 1. B. It was intruded into layer 3. C. It was deposited after layer 3. D. It was deposited after layer 1. In this section of undisturbed sedimentary layers, which best describes layer 2?

138 Hint! A. It was intruded into layer 1. B. It was intruded into layer 3. C. It was deposited after layer 3. D. It was deposited after layer 1. In this section of undisturbed sedimentary layers, which best describes layer 2?

139 50:50 C. It was deposited after layer 3. D. It was deposited after layer 1. In this section of undisturbed sedimentary layers, which best describes layer 2?

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141 You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help! A. It was intruded into layer 1. B. It was intruded into layer 3. C. It was deposited after layer 3. D. It was deposited after layer 1. In this section of undisturbed sedimentary layers, which best describes layer 2?

142 Answer 20 C. It was deposited after layer 3.

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144 50:50 Give Hint! A. cooling magma B. weatheringD. compacting shells C. faulting The rock shown is composed primarily of large crystals that were formed by

145 Hint A. cooling magma B. weatheringD. compacting shells C. faulting The rock shown is composed primarily of large crystals that were formed by

146 50:50 A. cooling magmaC. faulting The rock shown is composed primarily of large crystals that were formed by

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148 You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help! A. cooling magma B. weatheringD. compacting shells C. faulting The rock shown is composed primarily of large crystals that were formed by

149 Answer 21 A. cooling magma

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151 Earths axis of rotation is tilted 23.5 relative to the plane of its orbit, which helps to cause 50:50 Give Hint! A.day and nightday and night B. the seasons D. the lunar phases C. high and low tides

152 Hint Earths axis of rotation is tilted 23.5 relative to the plane of its orbit, which helps to cause A.day and nightday and night B. the seasons D. the lunar phases C. high and low tides

153 50:50 Earths axis of rotation is tilted 23.5 relative to the plane of its orbit, which helps to cause A.day and nightday and night B. the seasons

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155 You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help! Earths axis of rotation is tilted 23.5 relative to the plane of its orbit, which helps to cause A.day and nightday and night B. the seasons D. the lunar phases C. high and low tides

156 Answer 22 B. the seasons

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158 Which natural resource found in Virginia is a common source of energy? 50:50 Give Hint! A. Bauxite B. LimestoneD. Zinc C. Coal

159 Hint Which natural resource found in Virginia is a common source of energy? A. Bauxite B. LimestoneD. Zinc C. Coal

160 50:50 Which natural resource found in Virginia is a common source of energy? D. Zinc C. Coal

161 Picture Credit: http://school.discovery.com/clipart/category/anmt0.html

162 You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help! Which natural resource found in Virginia is a common source of energy? A. Bauxite B. LimestoneD. Zinc C. Coal

163 D.. Answer 23 C. Coal

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165 A student claims that the full Moon occurs about once a month. What process will verify the students claim? 50:50 Give Hint! A. Theorizing B. HypothesizingD. Observing C. Predicting

166 Hint A student claims that the full Moon occurs about once a month. What process will verify the students claim? A. Theorizing B. HypothesizingD. Observing C. Predicting

167 50:50 A student claims that the full Moon occurs about once a month. What process will verify the students claim? A. Theorizing D. Observing

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169 You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help! A student claims that the full Moon occurs about once a month. What process will verify the students claim? A. Theorizing B. HypothesizingD. Observing C. Predicting

170 D.. Answer 24 D. Observing

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172 The three wells shown provide water for a growing city. What is the most likely effect on the system if six new wells are brought into production as the population increases? 50:50 Give Hint! A.The shale layerThe shale layer will shrink. B. The limestone layer will collapse. D. The aquifer will increase in volume. C. The water table will drop.

173 Hint The three wells shown provide water for a growing city. What is the most likely effect on the system if six new wells are brought into production as the population increases? A.The shale layerThe shale layer will shrink. B. The limestone layer will collapse. D. The aquifer will increase in volume. C. The water table will drop.

174 50:50 The three wells shown provide water for a growing city. What is the most likely effect on the system if six new wells are brought into production as the population increases? A.The shale layerThe shale layer will shrink. C. The water table will drop.

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176 You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help! The three wells shown provide water for a growing city. What is the most likely effect on the system if six new wells are brought into production as the population increases? A.The shale layerThe shale layer will shrink. B. The limestone layer will collapse. D. The aquifer will increase in volume. C. The water table will drop.

177 D.. Answer 25 C. The water table will drop.

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179 Congratulations! You have won $1,000,000. In order to not lose that money to the Martians, you must solve this final question. The Final Question is: In addition to Earths orbit, which planets orbits are shown? A. Mars and JupiterB. Venus and Mars D. Mercury and VenusC. Jupiter and Saturn

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