The part of a soil profile that is made up of partly weathered rock is the:
a)bedrock
B)subsoil
C)regolith
D)topsoil

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Rock that piles up at the foot of a cliff forms a regolith slope. FALSE.

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Clay minerals result from the weathering of feldspar and mica.TRUE.

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One result of the water table reaching the surface is a lake. TRUE.

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The maximum depth of the continental shelf is 200 kilometers. FALSE.

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The part of a soil profile that is made up of partly weathered rock is the regolith.

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Sedimentation is least likely to occur on a mountainside.

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Find f(6) if f(x) = x2 ÷ 3 + x.
A)4
B)10
C)18
User:
Which of the following ordered pairs lies on the graph of h(x) = -2x2?
A)(1, -4)
B)(1, -2)
C)(1, 4) User:
What is the range of the function y = x2?
A)all real numbers
B)x = 0
C)y = 0
**Weegy:** B
f(6)=6*2/3+6=10 (More)

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An object has a density of 20 g/cm3. When placed in a cylinder, it displaces 5 mL of water. What is the mass of the object?
A)0.25 g
B)4.0 g
C)100 g
User:
An object will float when:
A)buoyant force is equal to the weight of the object
B)buoyant force is less than the weight of the object
C)density is equal to the weight of the object
D)density is greater than the weight of the object
User:
As pressure decreases, density:
Adecreases
increases
remains the same
**Weegy:** As pressure decreases, density: decreases (More)

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Asked 2/6/2012 1:02:54 PM

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As pressure decreases, density:
A)decreases
B)increases
C)remains the same

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As pressure decreases, density decreases.

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Find the next term of the given sequence.
1.31, 2.54, 3.77, ...
A)4.90
B)5.00
C)5.10
**Weegy:** Next term of the given sequence is B.5.00 **User:** What is the slope of the line passing through (-3, 5) and (5, -3)?
A)slope = -1
B)slope = 0
C)slope = 1
D)no slope
**Weegy:** The slope of the line that passes through the points (-3, -1) and (0, 3) is letter C. 4/3. The formula for slope is m=(y2-y1)/(x2-x1). **User:** If D varies directly with t and D is 105 when t is 3, find D when t is 8.
A)35
B)280
C)840
**Weegy:** B.280 **User:** Find the 31st term of the following sequence.
9, 15, 21, ...
A)186
B)189
C)195
**Weegy:** b) 189 (More)

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Match the parts of the following function with their correct definitions.
A(n) = a + (n - 1)d
1. A(n)
number of the nth term
2. a
value of the nth term
3. n
value of the first term
4. d
common difference
**Weegy:** The answer is A(n) number of the nth term. (More)

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