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What are the Earth\'s 4 main layers IN ORDER?
a) mantle, inner core, outer core, crust b) outer core, mantle, inner core, crust c) crust, outer core, inner core, mantle d) inner core, outer core, mantle, crust
This layer is a liquid core made of mostly iron and nickel.
a) inner core b) crust c) outer core d) mantle
This layer is a solid core that is mostly made of iron.
a) inner core b) crust c) mantle d) outer core
This layer includes the asthenosphere and convection currents.
a) inner core b) crust c) mantle d) outer core
This is the OUTERMOST layer of the earth. The layer we live on!
a) inner core b) crust c) mantle d) outer core
Plate tectonics cause these landforms to take place.
a) Mountain building b) All the above! c) Earthquakes d) Volcanoes
Divergent plate boundaries are:
a) Two plates sliding past each other. b) Two plates that explode under the crust. c) Two plates that push away from each other (divide). d) Two plates that move toward each other (collide).
Convergent plate boundaries are:
a) Two plates sliding past each other. b) Two plates that explode under the crust. c) Two plates that push away from each other (divide). d) Two plates that move toward each other (collide).
Transverse plate boundaries are:
a) Two plates sliding past each other. b) two plates that explode under the crust. c) Two plates that push away from each other (divide). d) Two plates that move toward each other (collide).
Texas is part of what plate tectonic?
a) South American plate b) Eurasian plate c) African plate d) North American plate
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