NEET Questions Solved

NEET - 2010

A renewable exhaustible natural resource is 
(a) coal
(b) petroleum
(c) minerals
(d) forest

Forest is renewable, exhaustible natural resource. Renewable resources are living, able to reproduce or replace themselves and to increase. The renewable resources get replenished, recycled or reproduced and can fast forever provided they are not used beyond their renewability. Exhaustible resource are the natural resources with finite stock or supply, they are vulnerable to both qualitative and quantitative degradation.
Coal and petroleum are non-renewable and exhaustible natural resources.
Minerals are renewable and inexhaustible natural resources.

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