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The coordinates above are for parking. The cache coordinates are found by answering simple science questions. Hopefully, this will serve as a fun learning experience with your children, or for anyone. Many of the original items in the cache are science-oriented (e.g. toy microscope, animal stickers, magnifying lens, compass, protractor, etc.). You are encouraged to continue the science theme for future exchanges, but of course anything would be appreciated.
The cache coordinates are
N 42 0F.H(C-1)G
W 091 2D.A(B+1)(E+1)
Answer each of the questions below for a one-digit answer to replace the letter in the coordinates.
A. Uranus is planet number __ in our solar system.
B. What percent (approximately) of the Earth's surface is covered with water? 1. 80% 2. 70% 3. 60% 4. 50%
C. How many legs has a spider?
D. How many square feet are in a rectangle measuring 16 inches by 63 inches?
E. The Earth's diameter, rounded, in thousands of miles.
F. 59 degrees Fahrenheit is equal to __5 degrees Celsius.
G. A light year is approximately __ trillion miles distance.
H. Which gas makes up the majority of the air we breathe? 1. Nitrogen 2. Oxygen 3. Argon 4. Carbon Dioxide
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