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UserAdebiyi CokerCourse16SU EASC 101 Earth Science (w/Lab) (02)TestWeek 2 Quiz CH5: Running Water and GroundwaterStarted9/12/16 1:23 AMSubmitted9/12/16 1:23 AMStatusNeeds GradingAttempt ScoreGrade not available. Time Elapsed0 minute out of 1 hour and 10 minutesInstructionsWhen asked for a short answer of a word or words, be careful to employ proper capitalization. For example, if the answer-word completes a sentence, it would not be capitalized.Results DisplayedSubmitted Answers, Correct Answers, FeedbackQuestion 1Needs Grading(a) Define infiltration.(b) Define transpiration.Selected Answer:[None Given]Correct Answer:[None]Response Feedback:[None Given]Question 20 out of 6 pointsThe three main sedimentation zones of a river system are the [x]zone, the [y]zone, and the [z]zone. Use single words only for each of the three answers.Specified Answer for: x[None Given]Specified Answer for: y[None Given]Specified Answer for: z[None Given]Correct Answers for: xEvaluation MethodCorrect AnswerExact MatcherosionExact MatchtransportationExact MatchdepositionExact MatchtransportExact MatchproductionCorrect Answers for: yEvaluation MethodCorrect AnswerExact MatchtransportationExact MatchdepositionExact MatcherosionExact Matchtransport
Exact MatchproductionCorrect Answers for: zEvaluation MethodCorrect AnswerExact MatchdepositionExact MatcherosionExact MatchtransportationExact MatchtransportExact MatchproductionResponse Feedback:erosion (or production), transportation (or transport), depositionQuestion 30 out of 6 pointsA stream or river transports its load of material (which is in addition to the water itself) in the following three forms: [x], [y], and [z]. Each answer is 2 words, with the second word being "load."Specified Answer for: x[None Given]Specified Answer for: y[None Given]Specified Answer for: z[None Given]Correct Answers for: xEvaluation MethodCorrect AnswerExact Matchsuspended loadExact Match