5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Vernal Equinox
- Summer Solstice
- a March 21, Daytime is same length as night
- b the moon's diameter is about how much of earth's?
- c Each of the two days when the noon sun is farthest north of south of the equator
- d round pits on the moon caused by meteors
- e June 21, longest daytime, northern hemisphere is tilted towards the sun
5 Multiple choice questions
- What two factors determine the strength of the force of gravity between two objects?
- the second time you can see half of the sunlit side of the moon
- each of the two days when neither hemisphere is tilted towards or away from the sun
- a combined sun and moon force with the greatest difference between low and high tide
- if mass increases and distance stays the same, then the force of gravity...?
5 True/False questions
axis → an imaginary line that passes through Earth's center and the North and South poles
Autumnal Equinox → september 22, Daytime is same length as night
decreases → if mass increases and distance stays the same, then the force of gravity...?
Sun, Earth, Moon → when the side of the moon facing earth is dark
Inertia → dark, slat areas formed from hardened rock from lava flows.