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Which material is not a form of pyroclastic material? A. volcanic dust B. volcanic dirt C. volcanic bombs D. lapilli
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In which direction does a reverse fault cause the land to move?A. up B. down C. left D. right
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which characteristic is used to identify minerals? A. volume B. location C. luster D. taste
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Luster is used to identify minerals.
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which elements are found in a high proportion in earths crust? A. aluminum and iron B. oxygen and silicon C. calcium and sodium D. potassioum and magnesium
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which elements are found in a high proportion in earths crust? A. aluminum and iron B. oxygen and silicon C. calcium and sodium D. potassioum and magnesium
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