EXAM 1 REVIEW SESSION - January 29, 2008 EXAM 1 REVIEW...

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January 29, 2008 EXAM 1 – REVIEW SESSION 25 multiple choice 10pt fill in the blank 4 five point questions—you only have to do 3. 25% of the questions require higher level thinking Look at the handouts given in class for ideas on “what to know” ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- From Chapter 1, really concentrate on the 6 Big Points o Know what they are o Be able to apply them Silica Tetrahedrons o Make up the ions in the rocks of both the oceanic and continental crusts. It’s how those ions bond that’s different. o In the oceanic crust, ions are held together by metallic bonds (magnesium, etc.) Know about the movement of continents and plate tectonics Know about ocean to ocean, ocean to continent, and continent to continent collisions. What causes them, what forms, how they’re different. Know the silicates and the others
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course EES 101 taught by Professor Miller during the Spring '08 term at Vanderbilt.

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