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Q: Match each term to its description. 1. crust the metallic layer at the earth's center 2. inner core the layer between the asthenosphere and lower mantle 3. lower mantle the semi-solid layer between
the top layer and the upper mantle 4. asthenosphere the layer surrounding the inner core 5. upper mantle the earth's outermost layer 6. top layer the firm layer between the crust and the asthenosphere 7. outer core the hottest part of the mantle
A: These, as scientists have identified, [ [ are: 1st layer: Lithosphere (water) 2nd layer: Lithosphere (land) 3rd layer: Asthenosphere 4th layer: Upper Mantle 5th layer: Inner Mantle 6th layer: Outer Core 7th layer: Inner Core The word lithosphere is derived from the Greek word lithos, meaning stone, which is a hard stratum forming the Earth's top layer. It is quite thin in comparison to
the other strata. The lithosphere under the oceans is still thinner, and is a region with volcanic activity. Its average thickness is 80 km. It is colder and harder than the other strata, and therefore, forms the earth's shell. Read more: ] ]
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User: Match each term to its description. 1. crust the metallic layer at the earth's center 2. inner core the layer between the asthenosphere and lower mantle 3. lower mantle the semi-solid layer between the top layer and the upper mantle 4. asthenosphere the layer surrounding the inner core 5. upper mantle the earth's outermost layer 6. top layer the firm layer between the crust and the asthenosphere 7. outer core the hottest part of the mantle

Weegy: These, as scientists have identified, [ [ are: 1st layer: Lithosphere (water) 2nd layer: Lithosphere (land) 3rd layer: Asthenosphere 4th layer: Upper Mantle 5th layer: Inner Mantle 6th layer: Outer Core 7th layer: Inner Core The word lithosphere is derived from the Greek word lithos, meaning stone, which is a hard stratum forming the Earth's top layer. It is quite thin in comparison to the other strata. The lithosphere under the oceans is still thinner, and is a region with volcanic activity. Its average thickness is 80 km. It is colder and harder than the other strata, and therefore, forms the earth's shell. Read more: ] ]
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User: support aquatic life and are located between land and water systems.

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