Structure Of The Earth, Part 2: Question Preview (ID: 2713)


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The central portion of the earth is:
a) Moho
b) core
c) asthenosphere
d) lithosphere

The layer of the upper mantle composed of low density rock material that is semiplastic, like putty is the:
a) Moho
b) core
c) asthenosphere
d) lithosphere

The outermost, rigid layer of the earth composed of the stiff upper layer of the mantle and the crust is the:
a) Moho
b) core
c) asthenosphere
d) lithosphere

The boundary between the mantle and the crust is:
a) Moho
b) core
c) asthenosphere
d) lithosphere

The crust on which the continents rest:
a) crust
b) oceanic crust
c) mantle
d) continental crust

The crust on which the oceans rest:
a) crust
b) oceanic crust
c) mantle
d) continental crust

The thin, hard outer layer of the earth
a) crust
b) oceanic crust
c) mantle
d) continental crust

Which layer of the earth has the greatest variety of features?
a) crust
b) outer core
c) mantle
d) inner core

What are the layers of the earth in order from surface to center?
a) magnetic core, outer core, transition zone, oceanic crust
b) continental crust, oceanic crust, upper mantle, lower mantle, outer core, inner core
c) inner core, magnetic core, upper mantle, continental crust
d) outer core, inner core, transition zone, lower mantle, upper mantle, crust

The temperature of the earth's inner core is about:
a) 0 degrees C.
b) 620 degrees C.
c) 3700 degrees C.
d) as hot as the surface of the sun

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