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Concept 5 Quiz

Describe how we learn about Earth and provide examples of Earth spheres at work.

This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
Based on compositional differences, which one of the following is not a principal region of Earth?


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Question 2.
Humans are a part of the Earth system.


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Question 3.
Eighty percent of Earth's atmosphere lies below an altitude of 5.6 kilometers (3.5 miles).


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Question 4.
The hydrosphere is restricted to our global oceans.


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Question 5.
Soil is an example of the


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Question 6.
Choose the best answer to describe our atmosphere. The atmosphere


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Question 7.
The geosphere is also known as the "Solid Earth."


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Question 8.
The geosphere is the largest part of Earth.


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Question 9.
Life is restricted to the


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Question 10.
Events of the geologic past and Earth's history can be arranged into different units and presented as the


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