anonymous
  • anonymous
The movement of the tectonic plates is caused by A) convection currents in Earth's mantle. B) the gravity of the iron-nickel core. C) the rotation of the Earth. D) the Moho discontinuity.
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scienceteen8
  • scienceteen8
ur in connexus FLVS ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
no
scienceteen8
  • scienceteen8
k12

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scienceteen8
  • scienceteen8
ok whats the name of ur test?
anonymous
  • anonymous
http://www.usatestprep.com/modules/test/tq.php?testid=114&load_test=1#test
scienceteen8
  • scienceteen8
Plates at our planet's surface move because of the intense heat in the Earth's core that causes molten rock in the mantle layer to move. It moves in a pattern called a convection cell that forms when warm material rises, cools, and eventually sink down
Study312
  • Study312
I think its D because Moho is in the ground, but let me check my book

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