Reading Quiz Ch 9 & 10

Reading Quiz Ch 9 & 10 - ReadingQuiz:Chapters9&10...

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Reading Quiz: Chapters 9 & 10      Total Grade: 20    (of possible  20  points) Please answer the following questions to the best of your ability.  This is an open book/open note quiz--you  may use your textbook or lecture notes to help you as you answer questions.  This is NOT a group  quiz...please answer questions without the help of others.  You will have one hour to complete the quiz. Thank you!!!! Part 1 of 2  Chapter 9      Score: 10    (of possible  10  points) Question 1 of 20     Score: 1    (of possible  1  point) Approximately what percentage of our bodies are comprised of water?   A. 5%   B. 25% C. 70%   D. 99% Answer Key: C  Question 2 of 20     Score: 1    (of possible  1  point) Where are the most desalinization plants located in the world?       Answer Key: A  Question 3 of 20     Score: 1    (of possible  1  point)
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Population growth and wasteful water usage threaten to produce water shortages in many nations of the  world. True    False  Answer Key: True  Question 4 of 20     Score: 1    (of possible  1  point) The term "cone of depression" refers to:       Answer Key: B 
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  • Summer '13
  • Pasion
  • Sociology, Ground Water

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