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What is the greatest cause of water pollution?CorrectIncorrect
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All of these are substances that pollute fresh water, exceptCorrectIncorrect
3. Question3 point(s)
Match the sources of water.
- well water and spring water
- river and lake water; ocean and sea water
- rainwater and water vapour in air
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underground water –
surface water –
above surface water –
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What is the greatest problem caused by polluted water?CorrectIncorrect
5. Question1 point(s)
Which of these changes will make it more difficult to solve all water purity problems?CorrectIncorrect
6. Question1 point(s)
__ water is not used for drinking.CorrectIncorrect
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If you don’t have access to clean drinkable fresh water, what are you more at risk of?CorrectIncorrect
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Type true or false each statement.
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Our bodies are mostly made of water.
Water covers about 75% of the Earth’s surface, however, only about 1% is available to us.
Potable water is drinkable water.
We can survive 2 months without water.
Water exists naturally in the form of a gas, a liquid, and a solid.
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Which of the following water shortage solutions is about taking salt water and turning it into drinkable fresh water?CorrectIncorrect
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Select the actions that conserve water.Correct 3 / 3 PointsIncorrect / 3 Points