# Percentage Of Ground Water Quiz

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### What is the percentage of ground water, lakes and oceans

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O,93% , 1 and 5

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0.00652 % , 0.94 and96.5

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0.93, 0.0062 and 96.5

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43.50 6503 69.0

C. 0.93, 0.0062 and 96.5
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### Which two are ground water and the percentage of ground water ?

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Deep and rocky and 45.0

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Shallow and deep and 45.2

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Deep and rocky and 78.2

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Shallow and deep and 30.1 %

D. Shallow and deep and 30.1 %
Explanation
The correct answer is "shallow and deep and 30.1%". This is because the question asks for two characteristics of groundwater and the percentage of groundwater. Out of the given options, only "shallow and deep" describe characteristics of groundwater, and "30.1%" represents the percentage of groundwater.

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### What are the two ice caps, [ blank] and, ________ and the percentage is, ________

Greenland and antartic and 68.6 %
Explanation
The two ice caps mentioned in the question are Greenland and Antarctic. The percentage refers to the amount of ice coverage in these regions, which is 68.6%.

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