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Name: _____________________________________ Score: ___________

Section: __________________ Date: ____________

LONG QUIZ IN EARTH SCIENCE #1


SET A
Instruction. Read each statement below carefully. Strictly NO ERASURES.
I. Identification
_________________1. It is formed from the pouring of magma onto the surface of the Earth
and by volcanic eruptions becomes lava.
_________________2. It is the third planet from the sun in our solar system.
_________________3. It is a type of rock that formed from sediment grains deposited by
water, wind or ice, mostly of brown or gray color.
_________________4. It describes how a mineral appears to reflect light, and how brilliant
or dull the mineral is.
_________________5. He is an Austrian mineralogist who scale to measure the hardness
of a mineral.

II. Modified True or False. If the statement is true, write T. If it is false, replace the underlined
word(s) with the word(s) that will make the statement true. (2pts each)
_________1. It is in the stratosphere where jet, airplanes and weather balloons cannot fly.
_________2. Earth formed about 4.6 billion years ago and is made up mostly of water.
_________3. Sedimentary rocks were once igneous or metamorphic rocks, but have been
changed as a result of intense heat and/or pressure within the Earths crust.
_________4. Scientist studies different rocks using the two important criteria: composition
and texture.
_________5. Earth is the eight planet from the sun in our solar system.

III. Classify if the given word belongs to the mineral or rock. Write M if it belongs to the
mineral and R if it is belong to rock.
______1. Gold ______4. Basalt
______2. Silver ______5. Gneiss
______3. Cuprite

IV. Enumeration
1-5 Layers of the Atmosphere (In order)
6-8 Types of Rocks
9-11 Three Carbon Cycle
12-15 Four Subsystem of the Earth

V. Essay
Why the Earth is called a living planet?
Name: _____________________________________ Score: ___________
Section: __________________ Date: ____________

LONG QUIZ IN EARTH SCIENCE #1


SET B
Instruction. Read each statement below carefully. Strictly NO ERASURES.
I. Identification
_________________1. It includes all the parts of the Earth that are made up of water
_________________2. Minerals that are composed of only one elements in a pure state.
_________________3. It is formed when there is cooling of magma, while some others are
formed when water in them evaporates, or due to the mineral decomposition.
_________________4. It is a measurement that determines the density of minerals.
_________________5. It is an extension of the layers of the atmosphere.

II. Modified True or False. If the statement is true, write T. If it is false, replace the underlined
word(s) with the word(s) that will make the statement true. (2pts each)
_________1. Non-silicate minerals have silicon and oxygen which can be combined with
aluminum, calcium, iron, magnesium, sodium, and potassium.
_________2. The Mesosphere is a part of the Earth that supports and contains life.
_________3. Earth is the third planet from the sun in our solar system.
_________4. Earth formed about 4.6 billion years ago and is made up mostly of rock.
_________5. It is in the stratosphere where jet airplanes fly.

III. Classify if the given word belongs to the mineral or rock. Write M if it belongs to the
mineral and R if it is belong to rock.
______1. Gabbro ______4. Gold
______2. Silver ______5. Gneiss
______3. Slate

IV. Enumeration
1-2 Types of Minerals
3-4 Types of Igneous Rock
5-9 Properties of Minerals
10-12 Three Carbon Cycle
13-15 Types of Rocks

V. Essay
How does the process of the Oxygen Cycle?
Name: _____________________________________ Score: ___________
Section: __________________ Date: ____________

LONG QUIZ IN EARTH SCIENCE #1


SET C
Instruction. Read each statement below carefully. Strictly NO ERASURES.
I. Identification
_________________1. It is the lowest layer of Earths atmosphere.
_________________2. It is the characteristic mark left when a mineral chips or breaks.
_________________3. It is formed when magma cools and solidifies within small pockets
contained within the planets crust.
_________________4. It is the color of a crushed minerals powder.
_________________5. It describes the ability of a mineral to develop electrical charges
when exposed to temperature changes.

II. Modified True or False. If the statement is true, write T. If it is false, replace the underlined
word(s) with the word(s) that will make the statement true. (2pts each)
_________1. The word igneous comes from the Latin word for fire.
_________2. Earth is the only planet that cannot support life.
_________3. Piezoelectricity describes the ability of a mineral to develop electrical charges
when exposed to temperature changes.
_________4. Silicate minerals have silicon and oxygen (as their base units) which can be
combined with aluminum, calcium, iron, magnesium, sodium and potassium.
_________5. Sedimentary rocks are formed from molten rock called magma.

III. Classify if the given word belongs to the mineral or rock. Write M if it belongs to the
mineral and R if it is belong to rock.
______1. Granite ______4. Magnetite
______2. Mudstone ______5. Copper
______3. Schist

IV. Enumeration
1-5 Give at least five Basic Elements of the Earth
6-8 Kinds of Electrical Properties
9-11 Categories of Non-silicate Minerals
12-15 Four Subsystem of the Earth

V. Essay
How does the process of the Rock Cycle?