Over time the three major continents, Laurasia, Gondwanaland, and Pangaea, continued to break apart and shift to form the present-day continents in their current positions.
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Hmm, there was more than 3 supercontinent. but I supposed this are the major ones.
Pangaea split apart into Laurasia and Gondwanaland, so I would say "true"
I would say it is true because of this.
I got 85%. 2 was false, maybe because there was no Pangaea when Laurasia and Gondwanaland existed.
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This is 2?
Well it says over the time.
But like I said Pangaea broke apart into Gondwanaland and Laurasia.
Those 3 continents are the major source.
If it said, they all broke apart at the same time, then it would be false.
Even if it is false because there might be more than 3 continents, it still make sense
Whatever broke apart was part of those 3 continents.
Does Pangaea count as a continent?
Yea Pangaea is one whole continent called a supercontinent or megacontinent.
Tell you teacher that those are the major continent and that this question is too vague.