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    1. What chemical element is represented by the symbol Ge?


    2. What instrument is used to measure the ground oscillations produced by an earthquake?

    RadioscopeSpectroscopeSeismographMagnetic Resonance Imager

    3. The square of a particle’s wave function describes the probability of what about the particle?

    That it has a specific spinThat it is at a particular placeThat it will disappearThat it will decay

    4. In geology, what is a monadnock?

    Another name for a streamA type of hillA valleyA type of lake

    5. What is another name for a drowned river valley?


    6. Which of the following is not a marsupial?


    7. Who discovered the X-ray?

    Ray StevensAlexander FlemingStephen HawkingWilhelm Roentgen

    8. Zebras belong to the same family as which of these animals?


    9. What chemical element is represented by the symbol Ag?


    10. What term describes the alignment of three celestial bodies?


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