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Rocks and Minerals
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  • Question 1
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    Q. A _______ is a solid, naturally formed substance that always has the same composition.
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    rock
    carbon
    mineral
    water
  • Question 2
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    Q. Which of the following are formed from minerals mixed together?
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    Sandstone
    Granite
    Marble
    All of the above
  • Question 3
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    What are properties of rocks?

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    color, place, person, thing

    color, size, texture, hardness, luster

    nouns, verbs, adjectives

  • Question 4
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    True or false? A rock always stays the same.

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    true

    false

  • Question 5
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    True or False? A rock is made up of one or more minerals.

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    true

    false

  • Question 6
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    True or False? All rocks can be scratched with a nail.

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    true

    false

  • Question 7
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    A natural material that is made up of one or more minerals is _____

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    streak

    rock

    fossil

  • Question 8
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    Which term names a mineral property?

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    reflection

    sharpness

    streak

    composed of carbon

  • Question 9
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    What is the name of the hardness scale that is used to test a minerals hardness?

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    Madrid's

    Wallins'

    Curry's

    Moh's

  • Question 10
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    Which is NOT a property of rocks?

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    luster

    weight

    hardness

    texture

  • Question 11
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    Rocks that don't shine . These don't reflect light very well.

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    luster

    dull

    mineral

    texture

  • Question 12
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    What mineral has a hardness of 10 and cannot be scratched by anything other than itself?

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    talc

    granite

    diamond

  • Question 13
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    Rocks that have a “shiny” look to them because light reflects off them.

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    texture

    luster

    dull

  • Question 14
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    Rocks are alive

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    true

    false

  • Question 15
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    The softest mineral is the _______________

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    talc

    quartz

    diamond

    calcite

  • Question 16
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    What is this picture telling us?

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    Elements are made of minerals

    minerals are made of rocks

    rocks are made of minerals

    elements are made of rocks

  • Question 17
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    Which physical property of Halite is demonstrated by this pattern of breakage?

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    hardness

    streak

    cleavage

    luster

  • Question 18
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    Owen tested physical property of a mineral. He rubbed a mineral sample on a piece of white tile. The mineral left a red mark on the tile.

    Which of the following physical properties of the mineral was Owen most likely testing?

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    cleavage

    hardness

    luster

    streak

  • Question 19
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    Q. Which of the following is a type of rock?
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    igneous
    metamorphic
    sedimentary
    All of the above
  • Question 20
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    Q. If I say that a penny can scratch a rock, what property am I referring to?
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    Color
    Weight
    Hardness
    Luster
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