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What type of scientist studies all living things?

What type of scientist studies all living things?
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A. Biologist

B. Geologist

C. Meteorologist

A. Biologist

A. Biologist
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Geologists study the Earth and meteorologists study the atmosphere. If you passed fourth grade, you should know that biologist’s study all living organisms.

What is the main purpose of a plant’s flower?

 What is the main purpose of a plant’s flower?
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A. To soak up water

B. To produce seeds

C. To support the plant

B. To produce seeds

B. To produce seeds
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Flowers are the reproductive part of plants, which is why their main purpose is producing seeds.

What is the green pigment in plants that absorbs and converts sunlight into energy?

What is the green pigment in plants that absorbs and converts sunlight into energy?
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A. Mitochondrion

B. Starch

C. Chlorophyll

C. Chlorophyll

C. Chlorophyll
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Yes, the green plant colour is thanks to chlorophyll.

Check out these houseplants that are near impossible to kill.

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The Sun is a:

The Sun is a:
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A. Planet

B. Star

B. Star

B. Star
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The Sun is a yellow dwarf star and a hot ball of glowing gases. It’s about 4.5 billion years old, according to NASA.

Read on for some amazing facts you didn’t know about NASA.

Which term describes the process when materials are broken down by rain, wind, and chemical reactions?

Which term describes the process when materials are broken down by rain, wind, and chemical reactions?
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A. Weathering

B. Erosion

C. Crushing

A. Weathering

A. Weathering
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Weathering and erosion are often paired together, but they aren’t synonymous. In fact, weathering is the process that dissolves or wears away rock into smaller pieces. Erosion, however, is when rocks are picked up and moved to another place by ice, water, wind or gravity.

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