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practice test 1

practice test 1 - faulting dominates a triangular facets...

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1. This is a classic example of a _____________ volcano a. cinder cone b. shield c. composite (strato) d. dike e. Weathertop THIS IS AN IMAGE PICKED IN CLASS 2. This ________ igneous rock would also be considered an __________ igneous rock. THIS IS AN IMAGE PICKED IN CLASS 3. This landform, made up of INTRUSIVE igneous rock, is a THIS IS AN IMAGE PICKED IN CLASS 4. The layers are folded in a way that is best described as being a(n) THIS IS AN IMAGE PICKED IN CLASS 5. The _________ shown in this photograph indicate ___________
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Unformatted text preview: faulting dominates. a. triangular facets; strike-slip faulting b. triangular facets; normal-faulting c. hogbacks; strike-slip d. hogbacks; thrust e. graben; compression THIS IS AN IMAGE PICKED IN CLASS 6. The arrow runs parallel and is just to the right of a __________. a. hogback b. cinder cone c. strike-slip fault d. normal fault e. Nazgul THIS IS AN IMAGE PICKED IN CLASS 7. This slide shows ___________ weathering of granite that results in this ________ form(s) a. chemical; core stones and tor b. chemical; pressure release THIS IS AN IMAGE PICKED IN CLASS...
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