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Where a major earthquake has happened in the past, but not in a while, is called a seismic _____.
gap
wave
fault
scale **Weegy:** Where a major earthquake has happened in the past, but not in a while, is called a seismic "A.gap". **User:** With the help of three seismograph stations, the epicenter of an earthquake can be located by a process called _____.
convection
condensation
triangulation
intersection **Weegy:** The process is called Triangulation.
source: **User:** Which scale measures the amount of damage after an earthquake?
Richter scale
Mercalli intensity scale
moment magnitude scale
seismograph scale **Weegy:** The scale used to monitor damage after an earthquake is called Modified Mercalli intensity scale
source: **User:** Broad areas of folded rock layers that resemble an upside-down bowl are called _____.
domes
basins
horsts
monoclines **Weegy:** basins **User:** Broad areas of folded rock layers that resemble a bowl turned right-side up are called _____.
domes
basins
horsts
monoclines **Weegy:** The answer is, Basins. Broad areas of folded rock layers that resemble an upside-down bowl are called "basins" **User:** Mountains produced by tensional stress, like the Teton Range in Wyoming, are called _____.
folded mountains
fault-block mountains
canyons
plateaus **Weegy:** Mountains produced by tensional stress, like the Teton Range in Wyoming, are called fault-block mountains. **User:** Mountains that have developed because of compressional stress—colliding plates that force rock layers upward—are called _____.
folded mountains
fault-block mountains
canyons
plateaus **Weegy:** folded mountains. mountains that form where two plates collide and force layers of rock into folds **User:** Deep within the earth, the process of mantle convection, condensation, currents, subduction drives plate tectonics. **Weegy:** The process of mantle convection, the molten nature of the mantle, drives tectonic plates. [smile] **User:** To measure the strength of an earthquake, you can use either a Richter, seismograph, Mercalli intensity scale or Mercalli intensity, seismogram, moment magnitude scale. ... (More)

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Updated 9/16/2014 4:21:17 PM

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Use the listing method to represent the following set.
{x | x I, x = 3}
1. {..., 0, 1, 2, 3}
2. {3, 4, 5, 6, ...}
3. {4, 5, 6, 7, ...} **Weegy:** I assume you mean divided by and the answer would be 1 **User:** Which of the following sets would have a graph with an open circle on 5 and a ray pointing left on the number line?
1. {x | xR, x = 5}
2. {x | xR, x > 5}
3. {x | xR, x **Weegy:** {x | xR, x **User:** Select the graph of the solution. Click until the correct graph appears.
3x + 1 **Weegy:** Sorry we couldn't see the graph. **User:** Solve 7x + 1 3}
{x | x > -3}
{x | x **Weegy:** Simplifying
7x + -4 + -3x = -36
Reorder the terms:
-4 + 7x + -3x = -36
Combine like terms: 7x + -3x = 4x
-4 + 4x = -36
Solving
-4 + 4x = -36
Solving for variable 'x'.
Move all terms containing x to the left, [ all other terms to the right.
Add '4' to each side of the equation.
-4 + 4 + 4x = -36 + 4
Combine like terms: -4 + 4 = 0
0 + 4x = -36 + 4
4x = -36 + 4
Combine like terms: -36 + 4 = -32
4x = -32
Divide each side by '4'.
x = -8
Simplifying
x = -8 ] **User:** Solve 7x + 1 3},
{x | x > -3},
{x | x **Weegy:** D.{x | x **User:** Solve 4(x - 3) - 2(x - 1) > 0.
{x | x -5},
{x | x > 5},
{x | x **Weegy:** 4x - 12 - 2x - 2 > 0
2x - 14 > 10
2x > 24
x >12
Answer is C {x | x > 5 }
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Updated 7/8/2014 5:27:55 AM

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7x + 1 < 4(x - 2)

7x + 1 < 4x - 8

7x - 4x < - 8 - 1

3x < -9

x < -3

7x + 1 < 4x - 8

7x - 4x < - 8 - 1

3x < -9

x < -3

Added 7/8/2014 5:26:59 AM

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