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3. Which of the following forms of evidence was used to formulate Wegener's theory of Continental Drift? (Points : 3) the jigsaw-like pattern of continental coastlines magnetism of the ocean basin rocks discovery of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge radiometric dating of the basaltic rocks
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Updated 345 days ago|9/23/2014 6:23:30 AM
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I think I messed up and got into the code part. Oops.
Added 345 days ago|9/22/2014 6:35:45 PM
I thought I had deleted the extraneous text in this one? I had certainly intended to - perhaps I pressed cancel instead of edit, duh.
Added 345 days ago|9/23/2014 5:18:25 AM
Deb, it's fixed now. Hehe!
Added 345 days ago|9/23/2014 5:28:57 AM
Thanks Andrew!
Janet, it is better to accidentally press cancel than to mess up the code like I did, lol.
Added 345 days ago|9/23/2014 6:14:00 AM
You're right, Deb! It's scary when that happens.
Added 345 days ago|9/23/2014 6:23:30 AM
19. Which of these waves is classified as a type of seismic wave following earthquakes? (Points : 3) transverse compressional longitudinal shear waves all of these are correct
Weegy: All. Transverse, Compressional, Longitudinal, and Shear waves are classified as a type of seismic wave following earthquakes. (More)
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19. Which of these waves is classified as a type of seismic wave following earthquakes? (Points : 3) transverse compressional longitudinal shear waves all of these are correct
Weegy: All. Transverse, Compressional, Longitudinal, and Shear waves are classified as a type of seismic wave following earthquakes. User: 1. The theory of continental drift was first proposed by (Points : 3) Francis Bacon Charles Richter Alfred Wegener Isaac Newton Albert Einstein Weegy: The theory of continental drift was first proposed by Alfred Wegener. (More)
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13. The study of paleomagnetism and the reversals of rocks supports (Points : 3) continentalism geology continental drift seismology volcanism
Weegy: The study of paleomagnetism and the reversals of rocks supports continental drift. (More)
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13. The study of paleomagnetism and the reversals of rocks supports (Points : 3) continentalism geology continental drift seismology volcanism
Weegy: C continental drift. User: . Which of these waves is classified as a type of seismic wave following earthquakes? (Points : 3) transverse compressional longitudinal shear waves all of these are correct Weegy: All. Transverse, Compressional, Longitudinal, and Shear waves are classified as a type of seismic wave following earthquakes. User: 21. Divergent plate boundaries are associated with (Points : 3) seafloor spreading. formation of new crust. volcanic action. shallow, low-energy earthquakes. all of these are correct (More)
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The study of paleomangetism and reversals of rocks supports Contiental drift
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