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Subtracting 8.263 from 13.48, you obtain A. 21.743. B. 5.217. C. 5.783. D. 6.815.
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Which of the following climates is most suited for physical weathering? A. Hot B. Warm C. Dry D. Cool
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_______ describes all the processes associated with the discharge of magma, hot fluids, ash, and gases. A. Magnetism B. Thermal energy C. Volcanism D. Hydraulic energy
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What type of instrument measures seismic waves? A. Mercalli scale B. Seismic scale C. Seismogram D. Seismometer
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Seismometer is a type of instrument that measures seismic waves.

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The three types of seismic waves produced by an earthquake are primary, secondary, and A. sedimentary. B. elastic. C. surface. D. atmospheric.
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The three types of seismic waves produced by an earthquake are primary, secondary, and SURFACE.

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