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  • one year ago

Scientists divide the Earth into different layers based on composition and physical properties. In two or three well-developed paragraphs, describe both sets of classifications and include characteristics of each layer

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  1. anonymous
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    do you mean like the core,mantle,and crust kinda layers?

  2. anonymous
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    yea

  3. anonymous
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    well first of all, the inner core of the Earth has temperatures and alot of pressure that the metals are squeezed together and are not able to move about like a liquid, but are forced to vibrate in place as a solid. so you go the inner core down

  4. anonymous
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    got"

  5. anonymous
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    The outer core is so hot that the metals in it are all in the liquid state.

  6. anonymous
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    i think it mostly consist of iron

  7. anonymous
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    ok thank you for helping

  8. anonymous
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    no prob, next is the mantle after the outer core, which is the largest layer of the earth

  9. anonymous
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    and well it "flows" around to say because of convection currents.

  10. anonymous
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    the crust you probably know of

  11. anonymous
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    yes i do, so is that all i need is to just describe the layers?

  12. anonymous
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    oh theres like a crap ton to describe each layer, i just broke it down signifacantly

  13. anonymous
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    or as to say, "dumb it down"

  14. anonymous
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    lmao well you dumbing it down let me understand xD

  15. anonymous
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    lol you can say that XD

  16. anonymous
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    but what does it mean by describe both sets of classifications what sets is it talking about?

  17. anonymous
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    http://volcano.oregonstate.edu/earths-layers-lesson-1 heres a source for some info but idk what it means by classifications ;-;

  18. anonymous
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    ok thank you ;-;

  19. anonymous
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    ;-; the question is dumb enough for us T.T

  20. anonymous
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    isn't"

  21. anonymous
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    this question is bs -.-

  22. anonymous
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    ikr -,-

  23. anonymous
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    im just going to write some stuff and send it in xD

  24. anonymous
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    lol wing it XDDDD

  25. anonymous
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    lol hell yeah

  26. anonymous
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    it might work if you dump info on each layer XD

  27. anonymous
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    thats what im planning on doing xD but idfk what to do with the sets of classifications shiz -.-

  28. anonymous
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    ^w^ i have faith in you

  29. anonymous
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    lol ty

  30. anonymous
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    ^w^

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