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Which of the following statements regarding the moon is correct? A. The moon's surface doesn't have any craters. B. The moon's surface exhibits plate tectonic activity. C. The moon's surface exhibits active volcanism. D. The moon is tidally locked to Earth
The following statement regarding the moon is correct that The moon is tidally locked to Earth.
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At the East African Rift, the African Plate is separating into two smaller plates that are moving in opposite directions. Based on this, which type of boundary exists at the East African Rift? A. Convergent B. Transform C. Subduction D. Divergent
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At the East African Rift, the African Plate is separating into two smaller plates that are moving in opposite directions. Based on this, Divergent boundary exists at the East African Rift.
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At the East African Rift, the African Plate is separating into two smaller plates that are moving in opposite directions. Based on this, which type of boundary exists at the East African Rift? A. Convergent B. Transform C. Subduction D. Divergent
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At the East African Rift, the African Plate is separating into two smaller plates that are moving in opposite directions. Based on this, Divergent boundary exists at the East African Rift.
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Which extinction event is responsible for wiping out non-avian dinosaurs? A. The Silurian extinction B. The Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction C. The Devonian extinction D. The Permian extinction
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Which scientist developed a theory that describes how light interacts with gravity? A. Georges Lemaître B. Edwin Hubble C. Albert Einstein D. James Clerk Maxwell
Weegy: Albert Einstein developed a theory that describes how light interacts with gravity. User: Which scientist developed the heliocentric model for the solar system? A. Copernicus B. Aristotle C. Ptolemy D. Johannes Kepler Weegy: Copernicus developed the heliocentric model for the solar system. User: In a star, nuclear fusion occurs in the A. corona. B. core. C. photosphere. D. radiative zone. Weegy: In a star, nuclear fusion occurs in the core. User: Which of the following is not a place where hydrogen can be found on Earth? A. Water B. Natural gas well C. Mine D. Atmosphere (More)
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None of these choices seems correct. Water (H2O) is the most common source of hydrogen on Earth. Wherever there is breathable air (down a mine, in the atmosphere), there is hydrogen as a component of water vapor. Natural gas is normally methane, CH4.


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Which of the following is not a place where hydrogen can be found on Earth? A. Water B. Natural gas well C. Mine D. Atmosphere
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Mine is not a place where hydrogen can be found on Earth.

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