# Glencoe Earth Science

## Chapter 9: Water Erosion and Deposition

### Calculate Rate of Flow

 1. If groundwater flows at a rate of 0.6 m/day, and you've run 150 m to reach the stream, how long does it take the groundwater in the aquafer to travel the same distance? A) 180 days B) 210 days C) 200 days D) 250 days 2. If groundwater flows at a rate of 0.6 m/day, and you've run 300 m to reach the stream, how long does it take the groundwater in the aquafer to travel the same distance? A) 500 days B) 480 days C) 550 days D) 610 days 3. If groundwater flows at a rate of 0.6 m/day, and you've run 250 m to reach the stream, how long does it take the groundwater in the aquafer to travel the same distance? A) 222.22 days B) 416.67 days C) 360.67 days D) 390 days 4. If groundwater flows at a rate of 0.5 m/day, and you've run 120 m to reach the stream, how long does it take the groundwater in the aquafer to travel the same distance? A) 180 days B) 210 days C) 240 days D) 120 days 5. If groundwater flows at a rate of 0.5 m/day, and you've run 240 m to reach the stream, how long does it take the groundwater in the aquafer to travel the same distance? A) 480 days B) 500 days C) 520 days D) 540 days 6. If groundwater flows at a rate of 0.5 m/day, and you've run 180 m to reach the stream, how long does it take the groundwater in the aquafer to travel the same distance? A) 180 days B) 195 days C) 360 days D) 120 days 7. If groundwater flows at a rate of 0.5 m/day.How far does the groundwater move in 90 days? A) 36 m B) 42 m C) 40 m D) 45 m 8. If groundwater flows at a rate of 0.5 m/day.How far does the groundwater move in 180 days? A) 98 m B) 88 m C) 96 m D) 90 m 9. If The groundwater flows at a rate of 0.7 m/day.How far does the groundwater move in 60 days? A) 42 m B) 40 m C) 32 m D) 30 m 10. If groundwater flows at a rate of 0.5 m/day. How far does the groundwater move in 180 days? A) 80 m B) 90 m C) 95 m D) 100 m