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SCIE 3001
Multiple Choice O1 - Living Things
Multiple Choice O2 - Living Things
Multiple Choice O3 - Living Things
Multiple Choice O4 - Living Things
Multiple Choice O5 - Living Things
Multiple Choice O1 - Cycles and Seasons
Multiple Choice O1 - Natural Disasters
Multiple Choice O1 - Soils
Multiple Choice O1. Natural Resources and Conservation
 

Multiple Choice O1. Natural Resources and Conservation

1. Which one of the following is an example of non-renewable resources?
  A. Wind
  B. Water
  C. Biomass
  D. Petroleum
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2. Which of the following is a renewable resource?
  A. Soil
  B. Water
  C. Biomass
  D. All the above
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3. Which of the following soil is the best for plant growth?
  A. Sand
  B. Clay
  C. Loam
  D. Gravel
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4. Both power and manure are provided by which of the following power plants
  A. Thermal
  B. Nuclear
  C. Biogas
  D. Hydroelectric
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5. What is the major raw material for biogas power plants
  A. Straw
  B. Leaves
  C. Animal faeces
  D. Natural gas
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6. Which one of the following is not a fossil fuel?
  A. Natural gas
  B. Petrol
  C. Coal
  D. Uranium
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7. Floods can be prevented by
  A. Afforestation
  B. Deforestation
  C.Tilling the land
  D. Removing the top soil
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8. Deforestation generally decreases
  A. Rainfall
  B. Soil erosion
  C. Drought
  D. Global warming
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9. Which of the following is a nonrenewable energy resource?
  A. Solar
  B. Wind
  C. Hydroelectric
  D. Coal
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10. Energy resources derived from natural organic materials are called
  A. Geothermal
  B. Fossil fuels
  C. Biomass
  D. Solar
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11. One of the functions of a petal in a flowering plant is to
  A. Support the anther
  B. Make pollen grains
  C. Connect the stigma to the ovary
  D. Protect the internal parts of the flower
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12. What type of energy is derived from heated groundwater?
  A. Solar
  B. Geothermal
  C. Hydroelectric
  D. Thermal
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13. Which of the following lists includes ALL renewable resources?
  A. Hydroelectric, solar, biomass, wind
  B. Geothermal , wind, nuclear, solar
  C. Nuclear, natural gas, oil, coal
  D. Solar, nuclear, wind, natural gas
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14. Using biomass as a source of energy means you might be cooking on a
  A. Propane gas stove
  B. Natural gas stove
  C. Kerosene stove
  D. Wood stove
ANS D
   
15. The predominant source of energy on earth is
  A. Electricity
  B. Natural Gas
  C. The Sun
  D. Plants
ANS D
   
16. Solar energy be converted to __________ and utilized in machinery / eqipment as
  A. Thermal energy
  B. Electrical energy
  C. Mechanical Energy
  D. All of above
ANS A
   
17. A solar still is device used for
  A. Heating water
  B. Cooling water
  C. Distilling water
  D. Production of electricity
ANS C
   
18. What kind of energy does a wind turbine use?
  A. Kinetic energy
  B. Potential energy
  C. Chemical Energy
  D. Thermal energy
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19. Which of the following sources emit fewest pollutants?
  A. Coal
  B. Petroleum
  C. Charcoal
  D. Wind energy
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20. In rural areas, the locally generated gas from cow dung used for cooking & lighting is called
  A. Biogas
  B. Oxygen
  C. Ammonia
  D. Carbon dioxide
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21. Flooding of habitats, disruption of ecosystems downstream, and reduced productivity of farmland are disadvantages of
  A. Geothermal energy
  B. Hydroelectric energy
  C. Ocean thermal energy
  D. Tidal power
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22. A major advantage of solar power is
  A. Pollution is high
  B. Its efficiency level compared to other types of power
  C. The variation in sunshine around the world
  D. That solar systems decentralize control over electrical energy
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23. The energy which is not derived from the sun is
  A. Biogas
  B. Coal
  C. Wood
  D. Nuclear
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24. Which of these is not a renewable source of energy
  A. The sun
  B. Natural gas
  C. Wind
  D. Ocean tidal energy
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25. Which of the following about geothermal energy is INCORRECT?
  A. It is a renewable energy source.
  B. The construction cost is very low.
  C. It uses underground heat to generate electricity.
  D. It may cause the release of poisonous gases
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