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http://www.ucolick.org/~jfortney/classes/3/ay3.midterm2010.group3.pdf http://www.uic.edu/classes/phys/phys112ma/midterm_with_answers.html http://webs.wichita.edu/astronomy/Testbank/universe.htm http://www.astro.umd.edu/~ssm/100f02/Review3.htm 1)
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Rank the five terrestrial worlds in order of size from smallest to largest: A)
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Mercury, Venus, Earth, Moon, Mars. B)
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Mercury, Moon, Venus, Earth, Mars. C)
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Moon, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars. D)
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Moon, Mercury, Mars, Venus, Earth. E)
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Mercury, Moon, Mars, Earth, Venus. A n
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D 2 )
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What is differentia tion in planetary geology? A )
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the process by which gravity separates materials according to density B)
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the process by which different types of minerals form a conglomerate rock C)
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any process by which a planet's surface evolves differently from another planet's surface D)
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any process by which one part of a planet's surface evolves differently from another part of the same planet's surface E)
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any process by which a planet evolves differently from its moons A n
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A 3 )
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Under what circumsta nces can differentia tion occur in a planet? A)
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The planet must have a rocky surface. B)
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The planet must be made of both metal and rock. C)
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The planet must have an atmosphere. D)
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The planet must be geologically active, that is, have volcanoes, planetquakes, and erosion from weather. E)
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The planet must have a molten interior. A n
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E 4 )
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When we say that a liquid has a high viscosity, we mean that it A)
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is runny like water. B)
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flows slowly like honey. C)
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is very dark in color. D)
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is very light in color. E)
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conducts electricity. A n
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B 5 )
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The core , mantle , and crust of a planet are defined by difference s in their A)
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2011 for the course ECOLOGY 110 taught by Professor Young during the Spring '11 term at N. Colorado.