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PLZ HELP (pic in the comments)
1) If the first layer of your model is sea level, what elevation is each of the following points? (The contour interval = 10 ft.)
A _______ B _______ C _______
1 _______ 2 _______ 3 _______
2. ) Which is the steepest slope on the hill? (north, south, east, or west?)
How do you know?
3) What is the difference in elevation between the second and fourth layers of the model?
4) If you were to build a house on this hill, where is the flattest part of the land form?
5) Which slope do you predict to have the greatest amount of weathering in the future? (north, south, east, or west?)
How do you know?
 one year ago
PLZ HELP (pic in the comments) 1) If the first layer of your model is sea level, what elevation is each of the following points? (The contour interval = 10 ft.) A _______ B _______ C _______ 1 _______ 2 _______ 3 _______ 2. ) Which is the steepest slope on the hill? (north, south, east, or west?) How do you know? 3) What is the difference in elevation between the second and fourth layers of the model? 4) If you were to build a house on this hill, where is the flattest part of the land form? 5) Which slope do you predict to have the greatest amount of weathering in the future? (north, south, east, or west?) How do you know?

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