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Earth Science Post-Test A
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Look at the picture on the screen. What do the body parts of this fossil tell you about how it moved?
The animal jumped
The animal flew
The animal crawled
The animal swam
Name three tools that you can use to complete a hardness test on the minerals below?
A piece of paper, a tile, and a pen.
A nail, a penny, and a fingernail.
A piece of glass, a screwdriver, and a tile.
A pencil, a paper bag, and a ring.
Which layer of soil is composed of a small particles such as sand, silt, or clay but does not contain organic matter or humus?
Look at the picture on the screen. A scientist wants to learn more about the history of an area. Which of these fossils could mean that water once covered the area?
When fossilized trees have turned into rock,
they are called?
Which is a fossil?
Bone from a chicken dinner
A live plant
An imprint in stone
A piece of pottery
How are rocks and minerals related?
Rocks are made of minerals
Rocks and minerals are the same thing
Rocks and minerals contains fossils
Minerals are made of rocks
After millions of years, layers of mud and sand that cover dead plants can?
turn to rock and form fossils
perfectly preserve the plants
turn into humus
bring the plants back to life
Which of the following tells how you would conduct a streak test?
I would scratch a nail across both minerals to see how they looked on the inside.
I would rub both minerals on the back of a tile to see what color they left behind.
I would rub the two minerals together and see what color the grains were.
I would rub the two minerals on a piece of paper.
List the five types of fossils.
1. Cast 2. Mold 3. Imprint 4. Petrified Wood 5. Amber
1. Cast 2. A live bug 3. A chicken bone 4. A tree 5. Dog bone
1. Mold 2. Plant Imprint 3. Cast 4. A live fish 5. A piece of paper
1. A tire 2. Cast 3. Amber 4. Mold 5. A plant
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