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You find an extrusive igneous rock. It _____.
Weegy: Extrusive igneous rocks, or volcanics, form when magma makes its way to Earth's surface. The molten rock erupts or flows above the surface as lava, and then cools forming rock. [ The lava comes from the upper mantle layer, between 50 km and 150 km below the Earth's surface. ] User: You find an extrusive igneous rock. It _____. was formed from lava cooling on Earth's surface has large crystals from cooling very slowly is made of rock fragments, bone, and sediment was formed from heat and pressure Weegy: was formed from lava cooling on Earth's surface User: The second law of thermodynamics suggests that when energy is converted from one form to another, some is dispersed as X-raysunusable heatUV raysminerals into the environment. Weegy: The second law of thermodynamics suggests that when energy is converted from one form to another, some is dispersed as unusable heat into the environment. User: The most-accepted theory for the origin of the universe is called the nebular theorysteady state theorybig bang theoryoscillating universe theory. This theory suggests that our universe explosively expanded into existence from a small, dense, hot singularity. Weegy: The most-accepted theory for the origin of the universe is called the BIG BANG THEORY. (More)
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The most-accepted theory for the origin of the universe is called the ______. This theory suggests that our universe explosively expanded into existence from a small, dense, hot singularity.
Weegy: The most-accepted theory for the origin of the universe is called the BIG BANG THEORY. This theory suggests that our universe explosively expanded into existence from a small, dense, hot singularity. User: The strength of an earthquake can be measured by a _____, while the aftereffects or damage from an earthquake is measured by ______. Weegy: The strength of an earthquake can be measured by a Richter scale, while the aftereffects or damage from an earthquake is measured by a Modified Mercalli scale. User: What major event most likely spurred mammal diversification? Weegy: The major event that likely spurred mammal diversification is thought to be the extinction of the dinosaurs. User: Earth is the third planet from the Sun. This placement most affects Earth's unique temperaturemoondifferentiationgravity and lithosphericatmosphericcoremantle conditions. Weegy: the Earths placement from the sun affects Earths unique internal structure and surface heat. (More)
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Earth is the third planet from the Sun. This placement most affects Earth's unique ___conditions.
Weegy: the Earths placement from the sun affects Earths unique internal structure and surface heat. User: Earth is the third planet from the Sun. This placement most affects Earth's unique ___ and ____ conditions. Weegy: the Earths placement from the sun affects Earths unique internal structure and surface heat. User: Because cosmologists can't go out into space and test all of their theories, they must depend on the cosmological principle. This principle assumes that _____. Weegy: any physical laws are the same for the entire universe User: Which of the following tests can help identify a mineral? User: Minerals _____. Weegy: Very few minerals, such as graphite or diamond, are made up of just one element. Most, like quartz, feldspar, or hornblende, are made of two or more elements. You can visit this link to learn more. [ ] User: Minerals _____. can be solids, liquids, or gases have a crystalline structure must be homogeneous and organic cannot be made from compounds Weegy: Minerals have a crystalline structure. User: Radiometric dating is used to tell the absolute age of materials by studying the decay rate of radioactive isotopes. The decay rates of isotopes are constant and are expressed as Weegy: inverse time. Please, rate the answer ?Good? and let us grow if you are satisfied. Thank you for the interest. Best wishes. User: Radiometric dating is used to tell the absolute age of materials by studying the decay rate of radioactive isotopes. The decay rates of isotopes are constant and are expressed as quarter-livesdaughter isotopesparent isotopeshalf-lives . Weegy: inverse time. Please, rate the answer ?Good? and let us grow if you are satisfied. Thank you for the interest. Best wishes. (More)
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There is little vertical air movement in the ___ because of the cold, heavy air at the bottom of the layer. User: There is little vertical air movement in the mesosphere exosphere troposphere stratosphere because of the cold, heavy air at the bottom of the layer. User: Northern lights or auroras can be seen within the _____ sub-layer.
Weegy: The "Northern Lights" (or Aurora Borealis) and their southern counterpart the Aurora Australis are formed high in the atmosphere in the ionosphere, which is sometimes considered as part of the thermosphere, the outermost actual atmospheric layer. [ Read more: ] User: Which sub-layer thins out into space, where there is no air? Weegy: exosphere User: After most of the iron in the ocean was trapped in banded iron formations, ____ began dispersing into the atmosphere. Weegy: Is there a question in there? User: After most of the iron in the ocean was trapped in banded iron formations, oxygen argon carbon dioxide nitrogen began dispersing into the atmosphere. Weegy: The answer is A. oxygen. (More)
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