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How were the islands of Japan formed? a. By underwater volcanoes c. By strike-slip faulting b. By mid-ocean ridges d. by anticline folding
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____________ occurs when heat is transferred into an object through motion or movement; an example would be boiling water. a. conduction c. convection b. radiation d. heat
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How does the position of a hanging wall relative to the footwall give evidence of the stress placed on a rock layer?
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Earth’s mantle is a. a layer of molten metal. b. a layer of hot rock. c. a dense ball of solid metal. d. a layer of rock that forms Earth’s outer skin.
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Earth’s mantle is a layer of hot rock.
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When you touch a hot pot or pan, energy moves from the pot to your hand. This is called a. magnetic energy. b. indirect evidence. c. subduction. d. heat transfer.
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When you touch a hot pot or pan, energy moves from the pot to your hand. This is called: heat transfer.

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