geol 101 test 1

geol 101 test 1 - 1. Ch 1.1 2 The planet whose atmosphere...

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Sheet1 Page 1 Ch 1.1 2 The planet whose atmosphere is dominated (95%) by carbon dioxide is Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. Mercury 0% B. Jupiter 0% Student Response C. Venus 100% Student Response D. Mars 0% Score: 3/3 Ch 1.20 2 All of the following are Jovian planets except for Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback Student Response A. Mars 100% Student Response B. Jupiter 0% C. Saturn 0% D. Neptune 0% Score: 3/3 Ch 1.2 2 The largest of the known planets is Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. Uranus 0% Student Response B. Jupiter 100% Student Response C. Neptune 0% D. Venus 0% Score: 3/3 Ch 1.13 The difference between a meteoroid and a meteorite is Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. size 0% B. internal temperature 0% Student Response C. location 100% Student Response D. composition 0% Score: 3/3 Ch 1.12
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Sheet1 Page 2 According to the Big Bang Theory, our Universe is about Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. 500 million years old 0% B. 5 billion years old 0% Student Response C. 14 billion years old 100% Student Response D. 50 billion years old 0% Score: 3/3 Ch 1.9 Most of the elements of which Earth's minerals and rocks are made were formed Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. during the initial "Big Bang" that created the Universe 0% B. within the cores of main sequence stars such as the Sun 0% C. during the Red Giant stage of star evolution 0% Student Response D. during novas and supernovas 100% Student Response Score: 3/3 Ch 1.24 2 According to the astronomers, the type of star that has the longest lifespan is the Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback Student Response A. fly-weight star 100% Student Response B. light-weight star 0% C. middle-weight star 0% D. heavy-weight star. 0% Score: 3/3 Ch 1.4 Other than Earth, the only other planet with surface features that were definitely created by running water is Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. Neptune 0% B. Venus 0% Student Response C. Mars 100% Student Response D. Mercury 0% Score: 3/3 Ch 2.20 The island that is actually an exposed portion of an oceanic ridge is Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. Iceland 100% Student Response B. the Big Island of Hawaii 0%
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Sheet1 Page 3 C. Japan 0% Student Response D. Madagascar 0% Score: 0/3 Ch 2.1 The viscosity of magma is primarily determined by Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. its depth of origin 0%
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course GEOL 101 taught by Professor Renton during the Spring '07 term at WVU.

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geol 101 test 1 - 1. Ch 1.1 2 The planet whose atmosphere...

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