Unit 2 Review
K Segment Addition, Midpoint, and Distance Formula
Write and solve and equation to find the length of each segment. NEATLY! A
1. AB = x, BC = 2x-2, AC = 10. Find AB and BC.
2. AB = y 2, BC = 2y, AC = 22. Find AB and BC.
MUS 105.04 Music Fundamentals Fall 2006 Dave Megill
Musical and Acoustic Elements, Theory
Which instrument would have the shortest attack? (a) Gong (b) Violin (c) Drum (d) Singer
What is hertz? (a) A car rental agency (b) T
The simplest and basic elements of music are harmony, melody and rhythm. Select one: TRUE. FALSE.
An interval is the distance between two notes. Select one: TRUE. FALSE.
Music has both aural and cognitive dimensions. Select
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Name CHAPTER 1 QUIZ Status Completed Score Grade not available. Instructions All quizzes in this course are untimed, open-book quizzes. You can print out the quiz and work on it as you read the chapter if you like. If you are working on the quiz and
SPRING 2007 GEOL101 1263 > ASSIGNMENTS > WORK DUE TUESDAY FEBRUARY 20, BY 11:00 PM > REVIEW ASSESSMENT: CHAPTER 2 QUIZ
Question 1 _ was a flora (a distinctive set of plants) that supports the idea that the continents in the Southern Hemisphere were
Multiple-Choice Questions 1) What are the basic differences between the disciplines of physical and historical geology? A) physical geology is the study of fossils and sequences of rock strata; historical geology is the study of how rocks and mineral
Multiple-Choice Questions 1) _ was a flora that was widely distributed throughout the once contiguous, late Paleozoic, Southern Hemisphere landmass. A) Granopteris B) Monastarious C) Glossopteris D) Mesosaurus Answer: C Diff: 1 2) In the early part o
Multiple-Choice Questions 1) Which of the following best defines a mineral and a rock? A) A rock has an orderly, repetitive, geometrical, internal arrangement of minerals; a mineral is a lithified or consolidated aggregate of rocks. B) A mineral cons
Multiple-Choice Questions 1) Lava flows are typically finer grained than intrusive igneous rocks. Why? A) Intrusive magma is cooler because it is well insulated by the surrounding rock. B) Intrusive magma flows onto the Earth's surface and cools very
Multiple-Choice Questions 1) In 1980, _ was the first Cascade Range volcano to erupt since Mt. Lassen, California, in 1915-16. A) Mt. Rainier B) Mt. Shasta C) Kilauea D) Mt. St. Helens Answer: D Diff: 1 2) Which type of basaltic lava flow has a fairl
Multiple-Choice Questions 1) Clay minerals formed from gabbro or diorite bedrock illustrate which kind of weathering? A) chemical B) proactive C) syntropical D) mechanical Answer: A Diff: 1 2) Which of the following is/are most susceptible to chemica
Multiple-Choice Questions 1) _, a common mineral found in igneous rocks, is the most abundant mineral in detrital sedimentary rocks. A) Calcite B) Orthoclase C) Quartz D) Biotite Answer: C Diff: 1 2) Which major component of detrital sedimentary rock
Multiple-Choice Questions 1) Which of the following forms at the highest grade of regional metamorphism? A) hornfels B) schist C) slate D) phyllite Answer: B Diff: 1 2) What platy, parallel, mineral grains are the most visual aspect of foliated metam
Multiple-Choice Questions 1) An unconformity is a buried _. A) fault or fracture with older rocks above and younger rocks below B) surface of erosion separating younger strata above from older strata below C) fault or fracture with younger strata abo
Multiple-Choice Questions 1) Which one of the following statements regarding rock deformation and strength is correct? A) Rupture and plastic deformation occur when stresses exceed the elastic limit of a material. B) Rocks undergo plastic deformation
Multiple-Choice Questions 1) The elastic rebound theory for the origin of earthquakes was first proposed by _ following the _ earthquake. A) Reid; 1906, San Francisco B) Giuseppe; 1925, Pizza Lake C) Richter; 1989, Loma Prieta D) Mohorovicic; 1964, A
Multiple-Choice Questions 1) The P-wave shadow zone is largely the result of _. A) reflection of P waves from the inner core-outer core boundary B) lower P-wave velocities in the mantle than in the crust C) refraction of P waves crossing the mantle-o
Multiple-Choice Questions 1) In the 1870s, the _ was involved in the first far-reaching, comprehensive study of Earth's oceans. A) H.M.S. Moonbeam B) H.M.S. Bismarck C) H.M.S. Challenger D) H.M.S. Brit Answer: C Diff: 1 2) Water depths and seafloor t
Multiple-Choice Questions 1) The concept that rocks of the crust and upper mantle are floating in gravitational balance is known as _. A) isotropy B) isostasy C) isobration D) isomonism Answer: B Diff: 1 2) According to the crustal, gravitational bal
Multiple-Choice Questions 1) Which one of the following materials has the maximum, sustainable, slope angle, as determined by the angle of repose? A) dry silt B) moist, sandy soil with a clay-rich matrix C) dry sand D) moist, clay-rich shale layers A
Multiple-Choice Questions 1) _ is not part of the hydrologic cycle? A) Water evaporating from a lake B) Water infiltrating into the soil and bedrock C) Calcium carbonate dissolving in soil water and groundwater D) Water moving into creeks and streams