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Which of the following is NOT one of the main areas of Earth science? A. geology B. oceanography C. astrology D. astronomy
Weegy: Geology is the science comprising the study of solid Earth, the rocks of which it is composed, and the processes by which it evolves. Oceanography is the study of the ocean and its life forms. [ Astrology consists of a number of belief systems which hold that there is a relationship between astronomical phenomena and events in the human world. Astronomy is a natural science that deals with the study of celestial objects (such as stars, planets, comets, nebulae, star clusters and galaxies) and phenomena that originate outside the atmosphere of Earth. ] (More)
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Where do most earthquakes occur? A. in the mountains of Africa B. around the edge of the Pacific Ocean C. around the edge of the Atlantic Ocean D. on the western lowlands of Europe
Weegy: Around the edge of the pacific because around 75% of the world energy is release there User: The moment magnitude is calculated using all of the following factors EXCEPT for the A. surface area of a fault. B. magnitude of past earthquakes in the area. C. average displacement along a fault. D. rigidity of rock in the area. Weegy: B. magnitude of past earthquakes in the area. Past earthquakes cannot predict future earthquakes nor are they factored into the magnitude of a current quake. User: Earth’s thin, rocky outer layer is its A. core. B. mantle. C. crust D. outer core. Weegy: C. crust User: The Earth’s core is made of an alloy of A. iron and nickel. B. copper and iron. C. zinc and magnesium. D. iron and zinc. Weegy: A. iron and nickel User: What does Earth’s crust and uppermost mantle form? A. asthenosphere B. hydrosphere C. lithosphere D. atmosphere Weegy: Earth's crust and uppermost mantle forms the lithosphere. C User: Earth’s inner core is solid because of A. the composition of its rock. B. its great diameter. C. extreme cold. D. immense pressure (More)
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{D. immense pressure} Earth’s inner core is solid because of immense pressure.
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{C. lithosphere}
Earth’s crust and uppermost mantle form the lithosphere.
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Which one of the following conditions is LEAST likely to be true for the majority of people? A. The abdominals need to be strengthened. B. The hip flexors need to be developed. C. The posterior neck muscles need to be stretched. D. The hamstrings need to be stretched.
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The condition that is least likely to be true for the majority of people is that the hip flexors need to be developed
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