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Mountains, rift valleys, and strike-slip faults are examples of land features that are formed by plate tectonics. Please select the best answer from the choices provided T F
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User: Mountains, rift valleys, and strike-slip faults are examples of land features that are formed by plate tectonics. Please select the best answer from the choices provided T F

Weegy: Mountains, rift valleys, and strike-slip faults are examples of land features that are formed by plate tectonics. TRUE.



User: One of the methods used to reduce energy use is: a. energy efficiency c. energy conservation b. energy reservation d. energy holding

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One of the methods used to reduce energy use is: ENERGY CONSERVATION.
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