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Grade 7 Tectonics
The phrase "Ring of Fire" refers to a
  1. tectonic plate
  2. type of volcano
  3. geographic region
  4. type of plate boundary
Grade 4 Environmental Science
Which of the following is not an example of reduce, reuse, recycle?
  1. Using worn-out clothes for rags.
  2. Refilling plastic water bottles.
  3. Throwing old toys in the trash can.
  4. Taking aluminum cans to the school recycling center.
Grade 2 Oceanography and Hydrology
Grade 5 Atmosphere
What instrument is used to measure atmospheric pressure?
  1. Anemometer
  2. Barometer
  3. Wind vane
  4. Psychrometer
Grade 6 Outer Planets
What two gases mostly make up Saturn?
  1. oxygen and helium
  2. oxygen and nitrogen
  3. hydrogen and helium
  4. hydrogen and nitrogen
Grade 7 Respiration, Digestion, and Excretion
Where does the digestive system begin?
  1. Esophagus
  2. Stomach
  3. Mouth
  4. Feet
Grade 5 Environmental Science
Which is an example of a natural disaster?
  1. a small earthquake strikes an area without any cities or towns
  2. a blizzard hits a city and roofs collapses under the weight of the snow
Grade 6 Small Bodies and Dwarf Planets
How is a moon different than a planet?
  1. a moon is smaller than any planet.
  2. a moon is less massive than any planet.
  3. a moon is in orbit around a planet
  4. a moon is unable to have an atmosphere
Grade 4 Planetary Motion
Grade 10 Cell Structure and Function
Which of these accurately describes osmosis?
  1. The direction of the water flow is opposite of the gradient for the solute diffusion.
  2. The movement of water across a membrane. The solute is not permitted to diffuse by the membrane. The direction of the water flow is the same as the gradient for the solute diffusion.
  3. The movement of particles of solute from high concentration to low concentration when water cannot cross the cell membrane.
  4. The movement of particles across a cell membrane using energy derived from ATP
Grade 9 Macromolecules
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