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Stalactites and stalagmites consist of deposits of
• Magnesium Carbonate
• Sodium Bicarbonate
• Calcium Carbonate
• Silica
Calcium Carbonate
The center of the earth is known as the
• Core
• Crust
• Atmosphere
• Hydrosphere
Core
The length of the days and nights is equal at the
• North Pole
• Equator
• South Pole
• Tropic of Capricorn
Equator
Removal of the top layer of soil/rocks by wind, water is known as
• Erosion
• Corrosion
• Desalination
• Detoxification
Erosion
Natural hot water springs occurring in New Zealand, Italy and Iceland are known as
• Hot Bubbles
• Geysers
• Old Faithfuls
• Fountains
Geysers
Greenhouse effect will lead to
• An increase in the temperature
• An increase in Oxygen Production
• Greater rainfall
• Decrease in atmospheric pressure  
An increase in the temperature
What is the name given to molten rocks that are erupted by a volcano?
• Firestone
• Marble
• Lava
• Slate
Lava
The surface of earth is mainly covered with
• Land
• Ice
• Mountains
• Oceans
Oceans
What are metal bearing rocks called?
• Metalloids
• Slag
• Ores
• Bitumen
Ores
Coal is formed from
• Rocks
• Soil
• Lava
• Organic Matter
Organic Matter
Solar Energy is a
• Non Renewable Source of Energy
• Renewable Source of Energy
• Polluting Source of Energy
• Very limited source of energy
Renewable Source of Energy
Which of the following is a main component of common glass?
• Water
• Powdered Mica
• Marble
• Sand
Sand
What is caused by the slight tilt of the earths axis?
• Day and Night
• Tides
• Seasons
• Earthquakes
Seasons
Which of the following elements is a chemical constituent of sand particles?
• Carbon
• Iron
• Silicon
• Sodium
Silicon
The shape of the earth is
• Flat
• Conical
• Cubical
• Spherical
Spherical
The earth rotates from
• East to West
• West to East
• North to South
• South to North
West to East
Seismograph is the instrument used for recording earthquake shocks.
• True
• False
True
Granite and quartz are igneous rocks.
• True
• False
True
Gasoline is a non-renewable source of energy.
• True
• False
True

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