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_____ cause earthquakes and volcanic activity at _____. A.)Fault lines, laccoliths B.)Plate tectonics, plate boundaries C.)Plate tectonics, the Ring of Fire D.)Heat from Earth's mantle, fault lines
D. Heat from earths mantle causes earthquakes and volcanic activity at fault lines
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User: _____ cause earthquakes and volcanic activity at _____. A.)Fault lines, laccoliths B.)Plate tectonics, plate boundaries C.)Plate tectonics, the Ring of Fire D.)Heat from Earth's mantle, fault lines

Weegy: D. Heat from earths mantle causes earthquakes and volcanic activity at fault lines
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User: Volcanoes that are tall, steep, and made of both lava and volcanic material are _____ volcanoes. Tall, gradually sloped volcanoes made mostly of lava flow are _____ volcanoes. a.)shield, cinder cone b.)cinder cone, shield c.)cinder cone, composite d.)composite, shield

Weegy: d.)composite, shield
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User: _____ cause earthquakes and volcanic activity at _____.

User: _____ cause earthquakes and volcanic activity at _____. a.)Fault lines, laccoliths b.)Plate tectonics, plate boundaries c.)Plate tectonics, the Ring of Fire d.)Heat from Earth's mantle, fault line

Weegy: D. Heat from earths mantle causes earthquakes and volcanic activity at fault lines
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User: How are gems different from regular minerals? a.)Gems are softer than regular minerals. b.)Regular minerals are more beautiful than gems. c.)Gems are rarer than regular minerals. d.)Regular minerals are less malleable than gem

Weegy: c.Gems are more valuable than regular minerals.
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User: Which of the following statements is true? a.)Minerals can be solids or liquids. b.)Minerals can be elements or compounds. c.)Graphite and gold are examples of gemstones. d.)Triclinic crystals have more right angles than isometric crystal





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