crazyelephant
  • crazyelephant
The theory of continental drift suggest that? a: the continents have moved in the past b: the continents are slowly moving now c: the continents have moved in the past and are still moving d:the continents have moved in the past but are not moving now
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crazyelephant
  • crazyelephant
Which of the following supports the theory of continental drift? a: the depth of the oceans b: the climate of the South American continent c: the size of glaciers in Alaska d: the fossil record
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anonymous
  • anonymous
C, because the continents are constantly moving at a rate of about 16mm a year. The continents have always been on the move, and it is suggested that in the future, they will become one large continent once again.

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crazyelephant
  • crazyelephant
Thanks can you help with the second question?
anonymous
  • anonymous
sure
crazyelephant
  • crazyelephant
I think its d?
anonymous
  • anonymous
?
crazyelephant
  • crazyelephant
the second question is below the first question
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh sorry
crazyelephant
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your good
crazyelephant
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do you know the answer?
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Hello?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I think it's d
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anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah its d

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