4. Which two isotopes are compared in radiocarbon dating?
A. carbon-14 and nitrogen-12
B. nitrogen-14 and carbon-12
C. carbon-14 and oxygen-12
D. carbon-14 and carbon-12
5.What is the outermost layer of the Earth?
6. Which rocks are the youngest?
A.rocks closest to the continental shelf
B.rocks closest to sea-floor ridges
C.rocks located on land
D. rocks in the middle of ocean basins
7. Which type of plate boundary experiences shallow earthquakes and is known
8. Pressure builds up where prior to earthquakes?
A.the Earth’s surface
B.the edges of tectonic plates
C.the centers of tectonic plates
D.all of these
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5=crust 6=c 7=b
can you help me with some more?
9. What is a seismogram?
A.a trace of an earthquake’s waves taken by a monitoring station
B.the energy released by an earthquake, which travels through the Earth’s crust
C.a tool used to measure the strength of earthquakes
D.a monitoring station set up to look for earthquakes
10. What makes up the universe?
A.all of the stars and planets in the galaxy
B.space and all of the energy and matter in it
C.the sun and the planets orbiting it
11. What are stars?
A.large balls of ice that emit light and heat
B.large balls of gas that emit heat
C. large balls of gas that emit light and heat
D.large balls of rock that emit light
15. What element will a supergiant’s core be composed of near the star’s final stages?
16. Which planet experiences the hottest surface temperatures?
Hello Sonya! give me two seconds to write down the answer :P
Which questions do you want me to answer?
11 - 16
11 is C. If you think of stars, think of the sun. The sun is one great big star that emits light and heat :)
13 is B! It's one of the hottest planets in our solar system :)
Oh 13, that I just answered is supposed to be 16 xD
The one with the core, that's hydrogen. I'm pretty sure.
And is that it? :)
can you answer 9 and 10 plz?
9 would be A! It's a graph! :)
10 would be B! It's all of the space and energy. :)
15 would be A, I believe. Lots of stars are made up of Helium so.