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Grade 6 Earth's Layers
Which is the thickest layer of Earth?
  1. Inner Core
  2. Crust
  3. Mantle
  4. Outer core
Grade 6 Earth's Layers
What do geologists call Earth's crust and upper mantle?
  1. asthenosphere
  2. lithosphere
  3. mesosphere
  4. atmosphere
Grade 3 Forces and Motion
What is the force that pulls objects to the center of Earth called?
  1. motion
  2. friction
  3. gravity
  4. acceleration
  5. force
Grade 7 Waves and Sound
The distance between E and H is called                .
Transverse Wave Anatomy
  1. a crest
  2. a wavelength
  3. the amplitude
  4. the frequency
Grade 6 Rocks
Which type of rock is shown?
Rock - Igneous - Scoria
  1. igneous
  2. sedimentary
  3. metamorphic
Grade 5 Environmental Science
                       are living and nonliving things found on Earth that people need.
  1. Fossil fuels
  2. Renewable resources
  3. Nonrenewable resources
  4. Natural resources
Grade 7 Earth's Layers
Put the layers of Earth in order from outside layer to inside layer.
  1. mantle, crust, core
  2. core, mantle, crust
  3. crust, mantle, core
  4. mantle, core, crust
  5. crust, core, mantle
Grade 6 Rocks
Grade 6 Rocks
Which of the following are examples of sedimentary rocks?
  1. marble, slate, quartzite
  2. limestone, coal, sandstone
  3. granite, basalt, pumice
Grade 6 Earth's Layers
What are the layers of Earth from the center out?
  1. inner core, mantle, outer core, crust
  2. inner core, outer core, mantle, crust
  3. lithosphere, asthenosphere, mantle, crust
  4. crust, mantle, outer core, inner core
Grade 2 Oceanography and Hydrology
Most of Earth is covered by oceans.
  1. Yes - True
  2. No - False
Grade 3 Planetary Motion
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