National Parks are A Regions containing key biological resources that have been

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9. National Parks are: A) Regions containing key biological resources that have been set aside for the enjoyment of the present generation. B) Regions containing key geological resources that have been set aside for the enjoyment offuture generations. C) Regions containing key biological, geological or cultural resources that have been set aside for the enjoyment of the present generation and future generations. D) Regions containing key cultural resources that have been set aside for the enjoyment of the present generation. E) Regions containing key bumper-cars games that have been set aside for the enjoyment of the current presidential administration. Feedback: Old Faithful, the giant sequoias, and Mesa Verde’s cliff dwellings are waiting for you, and your grandchildren. Correct Answer(s): C Points Earned: 1.0/1.0 10. Two neutral atoms have the same number of protons in the nucleus, but different numbers of neutrons. These are: Points Earned: 1.0/1.0
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11. Chemists recognize many different elements, such as gold, or oxygen, or carbon. Suppose you got some carbon, and started splitting it into smaller pieces. The smallest piece that would still be called “carbon” would be: Points Earned: 1.0/1.0
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