Academic Questions in Geography
The following are true concerning the gas planets except _____.
A. Neptune is an example of a gas planet
B. They are also referred to as jovian planets
C. They have rings around them
D. They are smaller in size when compared to earth
E. They are also referred to as gas giants
F. They are composed mainly of hydrogen and helium gas
The following are characteristics of terrestrial planets except _____.
A. They have rocky surfaces
B. Their surfaces are compact in nature
C. They have no rings around them
D. Uranus is an example of terrestrial planet
E. They rotate slowly around their satellites
F. The have few number of satellites
Planets can be classified under the following headings except _____.
D. Time of discovery
F. Relative positioning to the sun
The following are branches of physiography except _____.
Sedimentary rocks are formed from the following processes EXCEPT _____.
A. By the transformation of a protolith
B. By the transportation and subsequent deposition of weathered remains of pre-existing rocks
C. By the accumulation and lithification of detrital rocks
D. By their precipitation from solution
E. By processes resulting from biogenic activity
F. All of the above
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NOTABLE POINTS IN Geography
We have 3 main types or classes of rock based on how they are formed. These are:
1. Igneous Rock
2. Sedimentary Rock
3. Metamorphic Rock