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User: The specific gravity of mantle rock is about 3.3. True False

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User: The earth's magnetic field is associated with the:

Weegy: Post the choices please. Thanks!
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User: The earth's magnetic field is associated with the: crust asthenosphere mantle core

Weegy: The earth's magnetic field is associated with the Core ... D. core
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User: When magma pushes sedimentary rock upward: dome mountains form mountain ridges are formed a subduction zone is formed oceanic trenches are created

User: When magma pushes sedimentary rock upward: dome mountains form mountain ridges are formed a subduction zone is formed oceanic trenches are created

User: When magma pushes sedimentary rock upward

User: a. dome mountains form b. mountain ridges are formed c. a subduction zone is formed d. oceanic trenches are created

User: Fossils are most likely found in: igneous rock metamorphic rock sedimentary rock

Weegy: C. Sedimentary
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User: The balance between the downward push of continents and the upward push of the mantle is called isostasy. True False

Weegy: The balance between the downward push of continents and the upward push of the mantle is called isostasy. Its true.
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User: Rock that is cooled and solidified above ground is called: intrusive extrusive batholith laccolith Question #8MultipleChoice Score: The primary gas in a volcano is: water vaporcarbon dioxidesulfur dioxidenitrogen Question #9TextMultipleChoice Score: The point of origin of an earthquake is called the coretremerepicenter. Question #10MultipleChoice Score: The ocean floor is made of mostly: granitebasaltlimestoneclay and silt Question #11TrueFalse Score: Glaciers move very quickly. TrueFalse Question #12TrueFalse Score: Turbidity currents explain the movement of the earth's crust. TrueFalse Question #13TextMultipleChoice Score: Rocks that originated from the liquid phase are classified as sedimentarymoltenigneous rocks. Question #14MultipleChoice Score: Sand or dust rubbing across the surface of rocks is called: deflationabrasionsubductionintrusion Question #15MultipleChoice Score: Subduction occurs because the sea floor is: more dense than the continental floorless dense than the continental floormore buoyant than the continental floorlighter than the continental floor Question #16Matching Score: Match the sedimentary rock with its metamorphic equivalent. 1. slate coal 2. graphite shale 3. quartzite limestone 4. marble sandstone Question #17MultipleChoice Score: In the 1960s, minerals and fossils in Africa were found to be identical to those in: South AmericaNorth AmericaEuropeAsia Question #18TrueFalse Score: Chemical weathering changes quartz to clay minerals. TrueFalse Question #19Matching Score: Match the following parts of the earth with the correct definition. 1. solid, outer layer of the earth mantle 2. layer between the crust and the core hydrosphere 3. semi-liquid region directly beneath the crust core 4. made of iron and nickel crust 5. the water covering the surface of the earth asthenosphere Question #20MultipleChoice Score: Isostatic rebound: is caused by melting glaciersresults in rising landcan be observed in Finland and Swedenall of the above Question #21MultipleChoice Score: An igneous rock with large crystals cooled: slowlyquicklyunderwaterin a volcano Question #22TrueFalse Score: Continental glaciers have depressed the crust below them. TrueFalse Question #23MultipleChoice Score: The mantle: is made of solid rockcontains more iron than the crustis as hot as the surface of the sunall of the above Question #24MultipleChoice Score: Which of the following is an example of chemical weathering? water breaking rocksplant roots splitting rocksacid dissolving limestonewind breaking down rock Question #25MultipleChoice Score: Bioherms are made of: sand, silt, and clayalgae, corals, and shellscarbonic acid and limestonelayers of evaporated salt © 2004, 2006, 2011 Glynlyon, Inc.

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