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Markup is the difference between the cost of a good or service and its selling price.
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how thick is the earths mantel User: how hot is the earths User: how hot is the earths mantel User: how hot is the earths mantel User: how thick is the earths crust and what is the tempitcher
Weegy: The earth's crust is not uniform at all locations. At some places, it is only 2 miles thick while it is 70 miles in thick other places. The temperature of the crust increases as you go deeper into the Earth. [ It starts out cool, but can get up to 400 degrees C at the boundary between the crust and the mantle Read more: ] (More)
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Plants are able to release water back into the atmosphere by a process called _____. evaporation precipitation transpiration sublimation
Weegy: transpiration User: The hydrologic cycle maintains a balance of Earth's water because _____. evaporation of water is equal to precipitation of water groundwater is equal to surface water freshwater is equal to salt water evaporation of water is equal to condensation of water Weegy: Evaporation and precipitation. Evaporation "goes up" precipitation "goes down." User: The hydrologic, rock, and tectonic cycles are all interconnected. In the rock cycle, water moves regolith during _____, and the tectonic cycle resurfaces rock through _____. metamorphism, weathering saturation, subduction weathering, converging erosion, uplifting Weegy: d. erosion and uplifting User: The hydrologic, rock, and tectonic cycles are powered by two main energy sources. They are the _____. Sun and moon Sun and interior of Earth (core) Sun and oceans Sun and wind Weegy: Sun and interior of Earth (core) User: The tectonic cycle describes the movement of Earth's crust. Recycled "new" oceanic crust is formed by ___ at divergent boundaries. Weegy: b User: _____ occurs at convergent boundaries, where one layer of crust sinks into the asthenosphere when it collides with another layer of crust. Divergence Weathering Sublimation Subduction Weegy: D.Subduction occurs at convergent boundaries, where one layer of crust sinks into the asthenosphere when it collides with another layer of crust. User: Select all that apply. Choose the statement(s) that best describe Earth's hydrologic, rock, and tectonic cycles. They continuously recycle Earth's materials. They contribute to a balance or equilibrium of Earth's materials. Old material is disposed of, never to be used again, and new material is created. The cycles are powered by the earth's rotation and orbit. Weegy: They continuously recycle Earth's materials. User: how thick is the ineercoer Weegy: The inner core is approximately 1200 km thick. (More)
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