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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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thanks. so europe and africa?
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Iceland, the americas, africa, and europe?
the MAR (mid atlantic ridge ) is a divergent boundary, where the plates are moving apart
Oh. Okay. So I will write MAR. Okay. I just didn't get what that meant.
Sorry for my ignorance. Hahaahaha.
MAR only?
the MAR is only one place where earthquakes happen
Oh.
So the other places you typed are places where earthquakes happen,too?
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San Andreas fault line and MAR. Okay. Thanks!
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andes mountains.
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Himalayas and india?
yes
Okay, let me write it down. thank u!
have you been using the interactive map?
The one on the website?
yeah, that one,
Hm. yes, the only thing shown is boundaries.
click next
Okay.
I have clicked next.
What should I do, Unkle? Okay, so earthquakes are shown in black dots, and the boundaries as before.
There are more earthquakes at divergen boundaries?
I mean, convergent?
[the red].
yeah the red boundaries convergent ones
So would 'most earthquakes happen at convergent boundaries' be a good answer?
convergence means coming together divergence mean moving apart
Ah.
so it makes sense
Okay! Wow, I got the answer right for once!
Let me write it down.
done.
next.
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.
which of those are you having trouble with?
Well. What if I give you my answers and you check them/
sure
okay.
5. shallow focus?
i mean, 3.
3, is two questions
I know. The first one. . Which depth range has the most earthquakes? Which depth range has the fewest earthquakes? I think is 'shallow focus'
yes there are more shallow earthquakes
oh. the fewest earthquakes would be
oh. wait. is the first part right?
deep focus i think has the most, and intermediate focus the least?
i thought you said shallow focus was the most
i think i was wrong.
wait, no, I'm right
intermediate-least, shall-most
are you looking at the light green dark geen and black dots?
yes.
I'm looking.
Sorry.
SHALLOW-MOST, DEEP-LEAST. THAT IS MY FINAL ANSWER.
good stuff
THANKS.
OK. NEXT QUESTION. 4. At what type of plate boundary do you find most deep-focus earthquakes?
CONVERGENT BOUNDARIES?
yas
5. Explain why deep-focus earthquakes occur at this type of plate boundary but not at others. Im not sure about that o`ne.
http://www.google.com.au/search?q=convergent+boundry&um=1&ie=UTF-8&hl=en&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&ei=ETEeUbPJL8mKmwXF_IGwCQ&biw=927&bih=688&sei=GDEeUfK7LcGWkQWVooCIAQ
at these convergent boundaries one plate is moving underneath the other
Okay.
THANK U.
LET ME WRITE THAT DOWN
DONE.
MAGNITUDE 7+ - FEWEST?
MAGNITUDE 4-6 MOST?
[ 6. Which magnitude range has the greatest number of earthquakes? Which has the fewest? ]
Is that right?
7+ - FEWEST, right
Okay. *thumbs up* what about the most?
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.
we kinda already answered that
oh. when?
Convergent boundaries?
Ok. One more question.
sydney is pretty safe
Please help me with that one and that'll be it.
Okay.
tokyo has earthquakes all the time
Okay. What are the 'factors you considered when you came upon the answer'?
look a the picture
ok.
manila?
rome, and london
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_earthquakes_in_the_Philippines. your right
tnx! thats it.
tnx for ur time n help
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