chap 2b - 1.2B1 (Points:1)

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1. 2B-1  (Points: 1)      The vertical distance between scale markings is _________ kilometer(s). a. 1 b. 10 c.  100   Save Answer     2. 2B-2  (Points: 1)      The ocean trench in the schematic view reaches a maximum depth of _____________ kilometers below sea  level. a. 8 b. 80 c. 800   Save Answer     3. 2B-3  (Points: 1)      Comparison of the two scales indicates that hte vertical scale is exaggerated _________ times relative to the  horizontal scale.
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a. 10 b. 100 c. 1000   Save Answer     4. 2B-4  (Points: 1)      Plate boundaries are more closely associated with the ________ coasts of the Americas. a. east b. west   Save Answer     5. 2B-5  (Points: 1)      The east coasts of Norht and South America, with their generally broad continental margins as schematically  shown to the right in Figure 1, are tectonically _________. a. passive b. active  
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Save Answer     6. 2B-6  (Points: 1)      The west coasts of the Americas, with relatively narrow continental margins as shown to the left in the same  figure, are tectonically _____________. a. passive b. active   Save Answer     7. 2B-7  (Points: 1)      The eastern end of this line is located over __________________ near the west coast of South America. a. land b. water   Save Answer     8. 2B-8  (Points: 1)      Noting that longitude values increase from right (east) to left (west), the coast is located at approximately  __________ degrees W.
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a. 70.0 b. 70.5 c. 71.0   Save Answer     9. 2B-9  (Points: 1)      The greatest depth in the vertical profile is located at approximately _____________ degrees W. a. 71.0 b. 71.4 c. 72.0   Save Answer     10. 2B-10  (Points: 1)      The difference in longitude between teh coast and the deepest water locations is __________ degrees. 1.  1   Save Answer     11. 2B-11 
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(Points: 1)      Consequently, the distance from shore to the greatest depth in the trench is ______ km. 1.  101   Save Answer     12. 2B-12  (Points: 1)      According to the graph, the depth of the deep-sea bottom in the pen ocean west of the trench is about  ___________ meters below sea level. a. 3000 b. 4000 c. 6000   Save Answer     13. 2B-13  (Points: 1)      The deepest part of the ocean trench is about ______________ meters below the bottom of the open ocean  west of the trench. a. 1500 b. 2000 c. 3000
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  Save Answer     14. 2B-14  (Points: 1)      The profile you drew more closely resembes the ___________ portio of the Figure 1 schematic cross-sectional  profile. a. right
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This note was uploaded on 07/17/2011 for the course GEO 1080 taught by Professor Bartlett during the Spring '11 term at Utah Valley University.

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chap 2b - 1.2B1 (Points:1)

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