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Q: The theory that considers the idea that over tens of millions of years the continents slowly moved to their current positions is known as A. subduction. B. abduction. C. seafloor spreading. D.
continental drift.
A: C. continental drift
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User: The theory that considers the idea that over tens of millions of years the continents slowly moved to their current positions is known as A. subduction. B. abduction. C. seafloor spreading. D. continental drift.

Weegy: C. continental drift
lisawelch|Points 5602|

User: The world's major nonrenewable source of energy comes from A. nuclear power plants. B. the sun. C. the wind. D. fossil fuels.

Weegy: The sun.
yestfl|Points 1444|

User: Which one of the following pieces of evidence did Wegener use to support his theory of continental drift? A. A similar fossil was found in Africa, South America, Australia, India, and Antarctica. B. The age of the rocks in the sea floor is all the same. C. The mid-ocean ridge is sinking into the ocean trenches. D. The rock in the ocean floor is magnetized in the same direction.

Weegy: A. A similar fossil was found in Africa, South America, Australia, India and Antarctica.
onefastgirl|Points 557|

User: The largest layer of Earth is the A. outer core. B. inner core. C. crust. D. mantle.

Weegy: D. mantle.
OxTornado007|Points 5228|

User: Which one of the following is an example of a nonrenewable resource? A. Topsoil B. Coal C. Wood D. Water

Weegy: B. Coal
OxTornado007|Points 5228|

User: Fossil fuels are made from A. inorganic matter. B. minerals. C. water and gases. D. plants and animals.

Weegy: D. Plants and animals
Cluvsny|Points 230|

User: The speed of P-waves and S-waves can help seismologists to determine the A. location of an earthquake. B. distance to the epicenter of an earthquake. C. energy of an earthquake. D. size of an earthquake.

Weegy: The speed of P-waves and S-waves can help seismologists to determine the C. distance to the epicenter of an earthquake.
OxTornado007|Points 5228|

User: Which one of the following types of volcanoes would be the most explosive? A. Volcanoes that have thin magma B. Volcanoes that have large amounts of silica C. Volcanoes that contain small amounts of carbon dioxide D. Volcanoes that contain small amounts of water

Weegy: A. Volcanoes that have large amounts of silica.
OxTornado007|Points 5228|

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