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Physical Geography: The Global Environment, Second Edition - Unit 22

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Question 1:


a) compounds
b) minerals
c) elements
d) rocks
e) primary chemicals

Question 2:


a) mineral assemblages
b) graphite
c) gases
d) silicates only
e) laccoliths

Question 3:


a) Chemical composition
b) Hardness
c) Fracture
d) Exfoliation
e) Lustre

Question 4:


a) mesa
b) dike
c) Mount St Helens
d) volcano
e) river bed

Question 5:


a) Batholith
b) Laccolith
c) Dike
d) Stock
e) Pluton

Question 6:


a) Sedimentary rock
b) Igneous rock
c) Metamorphic rock
d) Magma
e) Granite

Question 7:


a) 90
b) 91
c) 92
d) 93
e) 94

Question 8:


a) Proton
b) Neutron
c) Electron
d) Photon

Question 9:


a) graphite
b) carbon
c) silica
d) coal
e) iron

Question 10:


a) hardness
b) cleavage
c) colour
d) lustre
e) clarity

Question 11:


a) hardness
b) cleavage
c) colour
d) lustre
e) clarity

Question 12:


a) fool’s gold
b) fool’s diamond
c) false gold
d) false diamond
e) carbon

Question 13:


a) Gold
b) Silver
c) Platinum
d) Antimony
e) Cadmium

Question 14:


a) Weathering
b) Erosion
c) Transport
d) Deposition
e) Melting

Question 15:


a) exfoliation
b) spalling
c) etchplanation
d) jointing
e) silling

Question 16:


a) True
b) False

Question 17:


a) True
b) False

Question 18:


a) True
b) False

Question 19:


a) True
b) False

Question 20:


a) True
b) False

Question 21:


a) True
b) False