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Which earth layer is the least dense
a) crust b) mantle c) inner core d) outer core
Which earth layer is the most dense
a) crust b) mantle c) inner core d) outer core
The thin, rigid layer that forms the outermost part of the lithosphereis called Earth's
a) inner core b) outer core c) crust d) mantle
What are earth's layers from densest to least dense
a) lithosphere, asthenosphere, outer core, inner core b) lithosphere, asthenosphere, inner core, outer core c) outer core, inner core, lithosphere, asthenosphere d) inner core, outer core, asthenosphere, lithosphere
Which of these could best be used to model Earth's layers
a) a hard-boiled egg b) an eggshell c) a peach pit d) the skin of a peach
What are earth's layers from the center to the surface
a) inner core, outer core, crust mantle b) crust, mantle, outer core, inner core c) crust, outer core, mantle, inner core d) inner core, outer, mantle, crust
Which of these would make the best model of Earth's crust?
a) an eggs shell b) a hard boiled egg c) a peach pit d) an orange slice
Which of the Earth's layers makes up the center
a) mantle b) outer core c) crust d) inner core
Which earth layer is the thickest
a) Crust b) mantle c) inner core d) outer core
Which layer is a complete solid layer
a) asthenosphere b) lithosphere c) inner core d) outer core
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