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Which layer of Earth is like the shell of an egg? upper mantle inner core lower mantle crust
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User: Which layer of Earth is like the shell of an egg? upper mantle inner core lower mantle crust

Weegy: The answer is Letter D.crust
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User: Earthquakes are especially associated with _____ boundaries. divergent convergent transform fault Question #4MultipleChoice Score: _____ is the scientist who first proposed the existence of Pangaea and Panthalassa. Albert EinsteinAlfred WegenerIsaac NewtonJohannes Kepler Question #5MultipleChoice Score: The seven continents used to be one huge supercontinent called _____. PonderosaPangaeaPanthalassaPanhandle Question #6MultipleChoice Score: The Earth's crustal plates move due to _____ currents. conventioncondensationconvectioncollaboration Question #7MultipleChoice Score: The Mid-Atlantic Oceanic Ridge is an example of a _____ boundary. divergentconvergenttransformfault Question #8MultipleChoice Score: Volcanoes are usually formed as a result of _____. a convergent boundary, where both plates are continentala divergent boundary, where at least one of the plates is oceanica transform fault boundary, where both plates are oceanica convergent boundary, where at least one of the plates is oceanic Question #9MultipleChoice Score: The theory of _____ suggests that the crust of the earth moves about on the upper mantle. big bangsteady statevolcanismplate tectonics Question #10MultipleChoice Score: During mantle convection, heat from the earth's core causes material in the mantle to expand and move upward. When it reaches the top, it _____. cools, moves to the side, and sinks, making a circular patternis released into the atmospherecools and sinks, making a vertical patterngets hotter at the surface from the Sun's rays Question #11MultipleChoice Score: The ability of solid rock to flow is called _____. convectionplasticityseafloor spreadingseismology Question #12MultipleChoice Score: A well-known transform boundary found in California is the _____. San Francisco faultSan Andreas faultSan Diego faultSan Jose fault Question #13TextMultipleChoice Score: Plate tectonics suggests that the geospherebiosphereasthenospherelithosphere floats and moves on the lithosphereasthenospheregeosphereatmosphere. Question #14MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. What evidence suggests the continents were once all together but then drifted apart? Mountain ranges in North America match up with those along the European coastline.Similar fossils of plants and animals are found on widely separated continents.Remains of tropical plants found in Antarctica.Matching jig-saw puzzle coastlines, particularly with the west coast of Africa and east coast of South America. Question #15MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. _____ is a place where the crust of the lithosphere has fractured. A faultA subduction zoneAn oceanic trenchA river Question #16Matching Score: Match each boundary with its description 1. convergent This plate boundary creates new land, like the seafloor at the mid-atlantic ridge. 2. divergent This plate boundary usually forms mountains due to colliding plates. 3. transform This plate boundary can cause earthquakes from plates rubbing along side each other.





Weegy: An egg has a thin outer shell. Earth does also. This is called the crust. If you run your finger over the shell, you will feel small bumps. The shell can be thicker in some parts than in others. [ The earth's crust is like this, too. An egg has a thin outer shell. Earth does also. This is called the crust. If you run your finger over the shell, you will feel small bumps. The shell can be thicker in some parts than in others. The earth's crust is like this, too. ]
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