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The Tetons of Wyoming are ______________. A. fault-block mountains B. divergent mountains C. folded mountains D. none of the above

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    @Frostbite

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    Don't even know where this "Tetons of Wyoming" is so I have absolutly no idea.

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    ohh ok

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    lol....i've heard of it somewhere.....it's...ofcourse the divergent mounts....

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    i got 3 more wanna help

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    The Himalaya mountains were formed along a convergent boundary. True False i think its faules

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    alfse....

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    sry, false...

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    The Alps, Appalachians and Himalayas are ______________. A. fault-block mountains B. divergent mountains C. folded mountains

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