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1010_Exam_I_vA - Introduction to Geology I Physical Geology...

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Introduction to Geology I Exam 1 - A Physical Geology - GEOL 1010 Small September 20, 2004 Read each question carefully before selecting your answer. Each question is worth 1 point. You can skip 2 questions without losing any points. You must answer questions 45-47. 1. Which of the following summarizes the theory of uniformitarianism? a) great catastrophes occurred in the past and shaped the Earth as we see it. b) the present is the key to the past c) the past is the key to the future d) none of the above 2) which of the following is the correct order, with regards to increasing certainty a scientist has about some idea 3) which of the following is a major component of the earth system 4) What type of boundary exists where tectonic plates are moving away from each other 5) the most common minerals in the earth’s crust are from what mineral groups a) silicates b) clays c) carbonates d) none of the above 6) an igneous rock is described and named by its: 7) which of the following make up magma Page 1
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8) which of the following links the correct combination of texture and cooling environment for magma
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