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Faulting that caused blocks of the continent to drop below, leaving mountains jutting above created the _______________. A. Himalayas B. Tetons C. Appalachians D. Alps

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  1. Reaper534
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    its not d

  2. Emah
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    Are you sure?

  3. Reaper534
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    yes

  4. Emah
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    Then I don't know that the one I thought it would be.

  5. Reaper534
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    Faulting that caused blocks of the continent to drop below, leaving mountains jutting above created the _______________. A. fault-block mountains B. folded mountains C. island arc mountains D. shelf mountains

  6. Emah
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    That one I beleive would be fault-block mountains.

  7. Reaper534
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    The Appalachians are thought to have formed when ____________. A. the Mid Atlantic ridge began rifting B. Africa and N. America collided C. Pangaea broke apart D. volcanism created the N. American continent.

  8. Emah
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    Umm B. , and I think that number one would be A

  9. Reaper534
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    2 more

  10. Reaper534
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    When the rock above a slanted fault line is pushed up relative to the rock underneath the fault, it is a __________________. A. normal fault B. reverse fault C. strike-slip fault D. transform fault not a

  11. Emah
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    C. I think.... Are you getting the results back right away?

  12. Reaper534
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    no Faults that result from compressional stresses are _______________. A. normal faults B. reverse faults C. transform faults

  13. Emah
    • 3 years ago
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    Reverse Fault. Seriously maybe you should ask someone else, cause I don't want you to get them wrong. :) Not saying I don't have faith in myself I just want someone to double check :)

  14. Reaper534
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    dont matter

  15. Emah
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    If you say so ...

  16. Reaper534
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    yay f to a c thx

  17. Emah
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    Really? Thats good. So you got most of them right?

  18. Reaper534
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    they was right

  19. Emah
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    Nice....

  20. Reaper534
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    yup thx

  21. Emah
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    No problemo..

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