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Tori040403

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Which example provides scientific data about the earth's interior? A. earth's orbit around the sun B. the motion of continents C. how seismic waves travel D. the size of volcanoes on the earth’s surface

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  1. Tori040403
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    @arminarlerts

  2. anonymous
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    c

  3. Tori040403
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    thx! i have a lot more, could you help me with them again? :)

  4. anonymous
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    yeah i guess :)

  5. Tori040403
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    Which describes mid-oceanic ridges? A. divergent plate boundary in oceanic plates B. divergent plate boundary in a continental plate C. convergent plate boundary involving an oceanic plate D. transform plate boundary between oceanic plates

  6. anonymous
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    uh i'm not sure about this one sorry ;~;

  7. Tori040403
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    its ok :)

  8. Tori040403
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    my guess is A

  9. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    yeah maybe. either that or D. maybe try googling it?

  10. Tori040403
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    i'll try

  11. anonymous
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    ok

  12. Tori040403
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    its D :)

  13. anonymous
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    oh ok :D

  14. Tori040403
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    Which event is the most common at oceanic-continental convergent boundaries? A. faults B. volcanic mountain ranges C. earthquakes D. rift valleys

  15. anonymous
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    i think it's A

  16. Tori040403
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    thx

  17. Tori040403
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    Which describes the crust where the yellow areas of the two circles are falling? A. divergent plate boundary B. convergent plate boundary C. transform plate boundary D. spreading center http://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/925500_926000/925838/1/c1d29d4fa8b50f0bf7c11b56d875007a4f8dd2f6/MS2_ERT_04_15_assess_convection.jpg

  18. anonymous
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    i'm not sure. what do you think?

  19. Tori040403
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    A or C i think, maybe D

  20. Tori040403
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    i have a feeling its A

  21. anonymous
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    yeah maybe. idk

  22. Tori040403
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    Which changes occur in the composition of the earth's layers from the surface to the core? A. The material is cooler and less dense. B. The material is hotter and less dense. C. The material is hotter and denser. D. The material is cooler and denser.

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