What Gas Do Plants Give Off?
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1. An air mass originating in the Pacific Ocean near the equator would be labeled
A. maritime tropical.
B. maritime polar.
C. continental tropical.
D. continental polar.
2. Which one of the following is in the proper order for the layers of the atmosphere from Earth's surface upwards to the edge of space?
A. Troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere, thermosphere
B. Stratosphere, mesosphere, troposphere, thermosphere
C. Mesosphere, troposphere, thermosphere, stratosphere
D. Thermosphere, stratosphere, troposphere, mesosphere
3. What are the two main gases found in Earth's atmosphere?
A. Argon and methane
B. Carbon dioxide and oxygen
C. Oxygen and nitrogen
D. Nitrogen and argon
4. On what principle do most thermometers work?
A. When liquid absorbs heat, it loses kinetic energy.
B. As the temperature rises, the molecules in liquid move more slowly.
C. Kinetic energy causes temperatures to rise.
D. Liquid expands as it gets warmer.
5. Which one of the following situations would cause air pressure to rise?
A. An increase in altitude
B. An increase in temperature
C. Cold air entering a region
D. Moisture entering the air
6. What gas do plants give off in the process of photosynthesis?
B. Carbon dioxide
7. What type of storm is characterized by a circulation cell?
8. The process by which water vapor changes to liquid water is called
9. An anemometer is used to measure
C. wind speed.
D. air pressure.
10. Carbon dioxide and water vapor help to prevent _______ from escaping from Earth.
C. water vapor
D. carbon dioxide
11. In which one of the following months are thunderstorms most likely to occur in the United States?
12. Which one of the following materials would take the longest to raise its temperature?
13. Heat given off by a fire in a fireplace is an example of
14. What does it mean if the relative humidity of air is 25 percent?
A. The water vapor in the air is in the lower 25 percent of the atmosphere.
B. If the water vapor content of the air increases 25 percent, it will be at the dew point.
C. Twenty-five percent of the air is composed of water vapor.
D. The air is holding only 25 percent of the water vapor it can hold at that temperature.
15. What type of front would occur if two fronts meet coming from different directions?
A. Cold front
B. Warm front
C. Occluded front
D. Stationary front
16. In what layer of the atmosphere do temperatures rise with altitude?
17. Which climate zone experiences the greatest change in temperature during the year?
18. What happens as the ozone layer becomes thinner?
A. It eliminates the protection Earth receives from the greenhouse effect.
B. Precipitation on Earth becomes very acidic.
C. Earth is exposed to the dangerous radiation from the sun.
D. Earth becomes too cool to support life.
19. What factor determines when a tropical storm becomes a hurricane?
A. Wind speeds
B. Time of year
C. Distance from the equator
D. Type of tide
20. What causes seasons to occur in certain zones?
A. Amount of rainfall
B. Height of mountains
C. Tilt of Earth's axis
D. Longitude of the zone
(1)A (2)A (3)D (4)D (5)B (6)A? (7)A? (8)C (9)C (10)B (11)? (12)A (13)C (14)A (15)A (16)C? (17)B? (18)C (19)A (20)C
If you can please go to my other questions and look those over as well, Thank you
the only one that i saw that was wrong was 17 it is C. and I went there (link i gave) to see if i was right. I went through it quickly so i do not know if i missed any but if you want cheek your answers go to that web page.|
#11 i would say D but i do not know for sure. sorry about that.
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While plants do absorb formaldehyde (not just spider plants but many others), they aren't a magnet for it, so any that's distributed in the air that doesn't get inspired by the plant would not be absorbed. Since plants aren't exactly heavy breathers, it's really not a viable way to remove formaldehyde.