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help123please.

Go to http://www.classzone.com/books/earth_science/terc/content/investigations/es1001/es1001page02.cfm and answer the questions on each slide.

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    |dw:1360930006790:dw|

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    Where is that?

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    |dw:1360930132208:dw|

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    thanks. so europe and africa?

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    |dw:1360930230595:dw|

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    Iceland, the americas, africa, and europe?

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  7. UnkleRhaukus
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    the MAR (mid atlantic ridge ) is a divergent boundary, where the plates are moving apart

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    Oh. Okay. So I will write MAR. Okay. I just didn't get what that meant.

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    Sorry for my ignorance. Hahaahaha.

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    MAR only?

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  11. UnkleRhaukus
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    the MAR is only one place where earthquakes happen

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    Oh.

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    So the other places you typed are places where earthquakes happen,too?

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    |dw:1360930708062:dw|

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    San Andreas fault line and MAR. Okay. Thanks!

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    |dw:1360930855626:dw|

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    andes mountains.

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    |dw:1360930914748:dw|

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    |dw:1360931018002:dw|

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    Himalayas and india?

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  21. UnkleRhaukus
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    yes

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    Okay, let me write it down. thank u!

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  23. UnkleRhaukus
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    have you been using the interactive map?

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    The one on the website?

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    yeah, that one,

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    Hm. yes, the only thing shown is boundaries.

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    click next

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    Okay.

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    I have clicked next.

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    What should I do, Unkle? Okay, so earthquakes are shown in black dots, and the boundaries as before.

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    There are more earthquakes at divergen boundaries?

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    I mean, convergent?

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    [the red].

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  34. UnkleRhaukus
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    yeah the red boundaries convergent ones

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    So would 'most earthquakes happen at convergent boundaries' be a good answer?

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  36. UnkleRhaukus
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    convergence means coming together divergence mean moving apart

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    Ah.

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    so it makes sense

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    Okay! Wow, I got the answer right for once!

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    Let me write it down.

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    done.

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    next.

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    It says; 3. Which depth range has the most earthquakes? Which depth range has the fewest earthquakes? 4. At what type of plate boundary do you find most deep-focus earthquakes? 5. Explain why deep-focus earthquakes occur at this type of plate boundary but not at others.

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    which of those are you having trouble with?

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    Well. What if I give you my answers and you check them/

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    sure

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    okay.

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    5. shallow focus?

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    i mean, 3.

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  50. UnkleRhaukus
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    3, is two questions

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    I know. The first one. . Which depth range has the most earthquakes? Which depth range has the fewest earthquakes? I think is 'shallow focus'

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    yes there are more shallow earthquakes

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    oh. the fewest earthquakes would be

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    oh. wait. is the first part right?

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    deep focus i think has the most, and intermediate focus the least?

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    i thought you said shallow focus was the most

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    i think i was wrong.

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    wait, no, I'm right

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    intermediate-least, shall-most

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    are you looking at the light green dark geen and black dots?

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    yes.

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    I'm looking.

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    Sorry.

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    SHALLOW-MOST, DEEP-LEAST. THAT IS MY FINAL ANSWER.

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    good stuff

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    THANKS.

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    OK. NEXT QUESTION. 4. At what type of plate boundary do you find most deep-focus earthquakes?

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    CONVERGENT BOUNDARIES?

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    yas

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    5. Explain why deep-focus earthquakes occur at this type of plate boundary but not at others. Im not sure about that o`ne.

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    at these convergent boundaries one plate is moving underneath the other

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    Okay.

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    THANK U.

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    LET ME WRITE THAT DOWN

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    DONE.

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    MAGNITUDE 7+ - FEWEST?

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    MAGNITUDE 4-6 MOST?

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    [ 6. Which magnitude range has the greatest number of earthquakes? Which has the fewest? ]

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    Is that right?

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    7+ - FEWEST, right

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    Okay. *thumbs up* what about the most?

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    aLSO Im not sure about Which type of plate boundary experiences the most earthquakes with large magnitudes? Hypothesize about why that type of boundary experiences larger earthquakes than the others.

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    we kinda already answered that

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    oh. when?

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    Convergent boundaries?

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    Ok. One more question.

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    sydney is pretty safe

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    Please help me with that one and that'll be it.

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    Okay.

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    tokyo has earthquakes all the time

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    Okay. What are the 'factors you considered when you came upon the answer'?

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    look a the picture

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    ok.

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    manila?

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    rome, and london

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_earthquakes_in_the_Philippines. your right

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    tnx! thats it.

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    tnx for ur time n help

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Y-62Ti5_6s

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