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A seismograph detects earthquake activity, while a seismogram detects plate movements true or false?
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A seismograph detects earthquake activity, while a seismogram detects plate movements. The statement is FALSE. A seiseogram is the picture drawn by a seismograph.
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That old lighthouse has warned sailors for many decades.
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