2ndPeriodicalExamination Science

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2nd Periodical Examination SCIENCE 8 Direction: Choose the letter of the correct answer. 1. It causes rocks to slide past each other in opposite direction. a. Shearing c. Tension b. Compression d. Fault 2. It pulls rocks in opposite direction just like pulling on both ends of a rubber causing it to elongate, become thinner in the middle or breaking into two. a. Shearing c. Tension b. Compression d. Fault 3. It pushes the rocks inwards making it thicker in the middle, the opposite of tension. a. Shearing c. Tension b. Compression d. Fault 4. In a strike slip fault, the rock slabs slide past each other and move in opposite directions. a. normal fault c. Reverse Fault b. strike slip fault d. Fault 5. A break in rock slabs. Those are also found on the earth's surface or deep within. a. normal fault c. Reverse Fault b. strike slip fault d. Fault 6. This fault is formed by tensional forces. As tension acts on rocks, the rocks break at an angle and one part may be higher than the other. a. normal fault c. Reverse Fault b. strike slip fault d. Fault 7. The faults that are formed by compression. The rock slabs are pushed towards each other. a. normal fault c. Reverse Fault b. strike slip fault d. Fault 8. That were raised by normal faults may turn out to become mountains and hills while those that were lowered are flat plains and valleys. a. Rock slabs c. Boundary b. Fault d. Folding 9. The crumpling of rocks without breaking, causing it to shorten or thicken. a. Rock slabs c. Boundary b. Fault d. Folding

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