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The crust is made of
a) hot lava rock
b) minerals, soil and rocks
c) nickel
d) iron

Tectonic plates moving could cause
a) hurricanes
b) tornados
c) earthquakes
d)

Two metals that make up the outer and inner core
a) gold and nickel
b) iron and nickel
c) iron and silicon
d) gold and iron

The densest layer of earth is where
a) crust because rotational forces
b) core because molten iron sank to center
c) mantle because it has the greatest mass
d) the crust because of tectonic plates collide

The hottest layer layer of the earth is
a) core
b) crust
c) mantle
d) outer core

Earth thickest lays with greatest mass is
a) crust
b) core
c) mantle
d) ocean floor

What is made of liquid iron?
a) mantle
b) crust
c) inner core
d) outer core

Earth's inner core is
a) a dense ball of solid metal
b) a layer of molten metal
c) a layer of rock
d) a layer that forms the crust

Which is the correct order of the earth layers from the outermost layer.
a) mantle, outer core, inner core, crust
b) crust, mantle, outer core, inner core
c) outer core, inner core, mantle, crust
d) inner core, outer core, mantle, crust

What layer can be directly studies?
a) crust
b) mantle
c) outer core
d) inner core

Why does the mantle have a range of temperature 870-2,000
a) the mantle is thin and gets cooler
b) the mantle is solid metal and gets warmer near the crust
c) the mantle is very thick and gets cooler as you get deeper
d) the mantle is very thick and gets hotter as you get deeper

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