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Unformatted text preview: 2016/11/26 Question 1 Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Question 5 Question 6 Review Test Submission: Quiz 2 — 2016WA-EOSC118—... 1 out of1 points Diamond Selected Answer: {'1 d. has extreme hardness and thermal conductivity. Correct Answer: 0 d. has extreme hardness and thermal conductivity. 1 out of1 points The 4 Cs stand for: Selected Answer: 0 a. Cut, clarity, colour. carat Correct Answer: 0 a. Cut, clarity, colour. carat 1 out of1 points In reference to diamonds, what is an indicator mineral? Selected o a. Answer: A member of a suite of minerals that are commonly associated with diamonds and of greater abundance than diamond itself; when the mineral suite is present, diamonds might be nearby Correct 0 a. Answer: A member of a suite of minerals that are commonly associated with diamonds and of greater abundance than diamond itself; when the mineral suite is present, diamonds might be nearby 1 out of1 points Where were diamonds sourced before they were found in South Africa? Selected Answer: 0 0. India and Brazil Correct Answer: 0 0. India and Brazil 1 out of1 points Where do some of the earliest mined diamonds originate from? Selected Answer: 0 e. India Correct Answer: 0 e. India 1 out of1 points Which of the following minerals cannot scratch diamond? Selected Answer: a e. all of these Correct Answer: a e. all of these httpszllconnect.ubc.ca/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?attempt_id=_54841846_1&course_id=_92195_1&content_id=_3625660_1&outcome_id... 1/4 2016/11/26 Question 7 Question 8 Question 9 Question 10 Question 11 Question 12 Review Test Submission: Quiz 2 — 2016WA-EOSC118—... 1 out of1 points The Argyle mine in Australia is unique because it produces Selected Answer: {'1 b. pink-red, and purple diamonds Correct Answer: 0 b. pink-red, and purple diamonds 0 out of 1 points 1 carat equals: Selected Answer: 0 a. 0.2 mg Correct Answer: 0 d. 0.2 g 1 out of1 points An "lF D" diamond is more valuable than a "S1 D" stone if they have the same carat weights. Selected Answer: a True Correct Answer: a True 0 out of 1 points Gem varieties of beryl are sometimes Selected a a. Answer: purposely gently fractured and impregnated with resin to produce coveted the ‘shattered emerald’ popular in cultures wherein displays of excess and wealth are desirable. Correct {3 d. Answer: impregnated with oils, resins, or polymers to minimize the visibility of fractures and/or strengthen fractured specimens. 1 out of1 points Which of the following statements is true regarding the relative abundance of gem beryl varieties? Selected Answer: a 0. red beryl < emerald < aquamarine Correct Answer: 0 c. red beryl < emerald < aquamarine 0 out of 1 points Canadian emerald occurrences Selected a d. Answer: started production in the 19903 after the diamond rush renewed interest in exploration for gemstones in the Canadian north. Correct a e. are thus far not commercially viable. Answer: httpszllconnect.ubc.ca/webapps/assessment/review/review.jsp?attempt_id=_54841846_1&course_id=_92195_1&content_id=_3625660_1&outcome_id... 2/4 ...
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