Planets

Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune: what is one reason why life probably does not exist on these four planets?
A) They have no gravity.
B) They are the gas planets.
C) They are the giant planets. ****
D) They are the rocky planets.

Earth seems to be the only planet in our solar system that can support life. All BUT ONE of these is a reason why life is found only on Earth. That is
A) a moderate climate.
B) the presence of water on Earth.
C) it is the perfect distance from the sun.
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D)it has gravity to hold an atmosphere in place***

Where is most of the freshwater located on Earth?
A) Nile River
B)the Great Lakes
C) the Pacific Ocean
D)glaciers and other ice forms***

Based on data collected from many different sources, such as the Hubble telescope and The Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP), scientists have been able to show that about 75% of the universe is composed of dark energy. Which of these theories becomes more credible knowing this information?
A) the universe is expanding at a accelerating rate***
B) our solar system is the only known solar system to exist
C) the universe will end within the next few million years
D) all parts of the universe can be seen through current technology


How do ocean currents influence the climate of a place?
A) They transport heat over large distances, affecting the wind that blows over the land.
B) They bring cold water from the poles, reducing the temperatures along the coasts.
C) They draw out moisture from the wind, causing prolonged spells of dry weather.
D) They bring stormy weather to the coasts that they flow along ****

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  2. B)They are gas planets.

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