Science

What is a nonrenewable resource?(1 point)

a resource that harms the environment when it is used

a resource that is in limited supply

a resource that can replace itself quickly

a resource that is used for energy

Coal is a very useful rock that formed over millions of years from the remains of plants. Is coal a mineral?(1 point)

No, coal is not a mineral because coal is made of dead plants.

Yes, coal is a mineral because all rocks that are useful to people are minerals.

Yes, coal is a mineral because all rocks are nonliving solid minerals.

No, coal is not a mineral because coal can be burned to produce electricity and heat.

Which is a negative aspect of fossil fuels?(1 point)

They are difficult to find.

They are difficult to transport.

They cause pollution on Earth.

They take a long time to produce energy.

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  1. Answers?

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  2. We do not do your homework for you. Although it might take more effort to do the work on your own, you will profit more from your effort. We will be happy to evaluate your work though.

    What are your choices?

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  3. If you seriously can not answer the last one Google Greta Thunberg

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  4. hi can u check my answers mine are for the first question i pick b the second question i pick a please check my work!

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  5. and for the last one i pick d

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  6. agree on first two bu
    They cause pollution on Earth.

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  7. You guys realize this is a unit test right? did anybody do this test that can post the answers?

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  8. 1. a resource that is in limited supply.
    2. No, coal is not a mineral because coal is made of dead plants.
    3. they cause pollution on earth.
    4. coal
    5. when fossil fuels are burned they release toxic gases into the air that cause pollution and increase global warming.
    6. allow plants such as grass to root in it.
    7. it plays a variety of roles for plants and animals.
    8. it produces less pollutants than fossil fuels.
    9. petroleum, natural gas, and coal.
    10. the cost of transporting the bottle to the store
    11. the rock display with larger holes shows petroleum drilling which is deep underground.

    The rest is up to you.

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  9. can i even trust this?

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  10. @you're welcome im trusting you UnU

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  11. OMG YOURE WELCOME IS A LIFE SAVER I GOT ALL OF THEM RIGHT THR ONLY ONE IS 10 IS WRONG BUT THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!

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  12. you're welcome's answers are correct except number 10. here is the correct answer for number 10.
    10: the cost of processing the bottle after it was no longer used

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  13. I used your welcome to check my answers, and I am so shocked! I actually got them all correct! I used Connexus😎 to check number 10 and I was right. Thanks Your Welcome and Connexus😎! I was having a break down because I was so nervous! Please everyone use these answers to check not to cheat! Thanks again!

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  14. Why do you cheat??? I couldn't cheat back then.

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  15. youre welcome and connexus😎 are 100% correct:)!!! thank you so much<88

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  16. It's not cheating. Its checking your awncers. Thanks🐴😁

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  17. Can i just say youre welcome really said "magic" how-- teach me your ways

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  18. Anyone have the new answers?

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  19. Please

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  20. Nvm I did the study guid and found the answers in my own, who wants them?

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  21. on my own*

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  22. i do pleaseee @JungKook !

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  23. Ok

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  24. 1.A resource that is in limited supply
    2.No. Some rocks may contain several minerals
    3.No, coal is not a mineral because coal is made of dead plants
    4.They provide energy for cars, trains, and heat.
    5.They cause pollution on earth
    6.It can only be used where there is lots of sunlight
    7.Oil sand
    8.When fossil burned toxic gasses air pollution global warming
    9.It plays a variety of roles for plants and animals
    10.It produces less pollutants
    11.IDK (please find it)
    12.The rock display with larger holes shows petroleum drilling, which is deep underground

    Do the rest on your own! Good luck :)

    (Btw for question 3 it might say you got it wrong but your teacher will count it as right, trust me. It’s because there was a mistake on the test, thank you!)

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  25. thanks jungkook

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  26. You’re welcome! Were they all right?? And what was the answer to #11?

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  27. Guys I think #11 is the cost of transporting the bottle to the store

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  28. Um oops :/
    Nvm. #11 is the cost of processing the bottle after it was no longer used

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  29. Thank you soo much @Jungkook

    FYI: I'm ARMY too!

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  30. I have 16 questions for connexus.

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  31. same

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  32. @ᕙ(͡°‿ ͡°)ᕗ and @leah, for questions 13-16 you have to either come up with those answers on your own OR you have to look them up separately (ᵔᴥᵔ)

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  33. I can also post the answers for 13,14,15, and 16 here as soon as I get my results :)

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  34. Here are the answers :>
    //ALL OF THE ANSWERS THAT ARE IN THIS ARE FROM THIS SITE!! I WILL @ THE PEOPLE THAT I GOT THE ANSWERS FROM//
    13. There is always another breeze of wind coming. It is not like digging all the coal out of the ground and having nothing left. (from @Anonymous)
    14. IM SOOO SORRY BUT IDK THIS ONE
    15. Acid precipitation causes damage to lakes and forests. Some fish species cannot live in the water below a certain pH. Some lakes affected by acid rain no longer contain fish. Acid rain also pulls aluminum out of the soil. It enters the water and drains into lakes and streams. (not the full answer BUT the answer came from @Jungkook)
    16. My company's first requirement is that you make the sweaters themselves. This is important because we wouldn't be able to operate if we didn't have the sweaters. The second job is boxing the sweaters, which is also needed so that we can import, travel, and export the sweaters all over the world at a higher profit margin. The last job that will be required is advertising; advertisement is required because the only way to encourage more people to purchase the sweaters will be by publicity. (this answer came from @homework helper)

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  35. ACTUALLY!! I can list the physical properties (for question 14) :D

    All metals are physically lustrous. They have a luster that makes them shine. Gold is used for making jewelry.
    Metals are hard, they can’t be broken easily and require a lot of energy and strength to break. Iron is used to make cars, buildings, ships, etc.
    Metals weigh a lot as they have a high density. Metals are heavy for their size.
    They don’t have the flexibility and have tensile strength. Metals can’t be stretched.

    Hope this helped {´◕ ◡ ◕`}

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  36. thanks

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  37. Hi army @J-hope!

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  38. #11 is after it was used…not transporting to the store!! please note that everyone🥰

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  39. Pls help I have 16 questions on Natural resources unit test. I don't want to fail(ᗒᗩᗕ)

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