anonymous
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A student designed an experiment to demonstrate the movement of Earth plates. The steps of the experiment are listed below. Break a rectangular block of cardboard into two identical pieces. Put the rough edges of the cardboard pieces together and press them hard. Make the pieces slide sideways as shown by the arrows below. Increase the pressure until the cardboard gives a jerk and a small piece falls from the crack and makes the cardboard pieces suddenly slide past each other.
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anonymous
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The student's experiment most likely demonstrates how earthquakes occur along a fault new crusts move at midocean ridges tectonic movements cause hotspot volcanism mountains are created along cracks in Earth plates
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