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this is geology and its hard i need help
Cem i suck at physics .-.
wahhhh do you know anyone that can help
hmmm lemme see
I don't know I'm sorry Sammy! :( I'll see if I can find someone else to help you!
Form from the buildup of lava and ash I SUPPOSE
omg life saver thank you .
i have another
While exploring the land over a tectonic plate boundary, an explorer discovers a geologic structure with steep cliffs and jagged edges. Which of the following has the explorer most likely discovered? A fault-block mountain A folded mountain A hotspot volcano A volcanic arc
i hve 2 more will you continue to help please
Which answer choice best describes the difference between island arcs and hotspot volcanoes? Island arcs form only at divergent plate boundaries, whereas hotspot volcanoes form only at convergent plate boundaries. Island arcs form only at convergent plate boundaries, whereas hotspot volcanoes form only at divergent plate boundaries. Island arcs form when hot, fluid rock rises through thin spots in Earth's crust, whereas hotspot volcanoes form when two oceanic plate boundaries push against each other until subduction happens and the plates partially melt. Island arcs form when two oceanic plate boundaries push against each other until subduction happens and the plates partially melt, whereas hotspot volcanoes form when hot, fluid rock rises through thin spots in Earth's crust.
Well, its not 4....
Yeah, its 3
ok last one .
Which answer choice correctly explains why this diagram shows a normal fault? The fault plane divides two otherwise identical sections of rock. The fault plane runs from the top of the rock to the bottom of the rock at an angle greater than 45 degrees. The block of rock above the angle of the fault plane is raised above the block of rock below the angle of the fault plane. The block of rock above the angle of the fault plane has fallen beneath the block of rock below the angle of the fault plane.
This one is tricky... i think its the first option
ok any one else have an opinion on this one ? before i put in the first one n submit?
ahhh wait i had one more .... The Appalachian Mountains are an example of a folded mountain range. Based on this information, which of the following processes formed the Appalachians? Melted rock called magma rose through holes in Earth's crust and gradually solidified as it cooled. Tectonic movement forced certain segments of Earth's crust downward and other segments upward in jagged chunks. One tectonic plate moved beneath another plate at a subduction zone, causing the rock to melt and rise above Earth's surface. Segments of Earth's crust bent and doubled over, and moving wind and water gradually shaped the rock into gently sloping domes.
Fold mountains are formed from the collision of continental tectonic plates.
thank you very much...=D
So that would be 3
No problem. :)