GEOL 240 Fall - 2005 Quiz 1 and 2

GEOL 240 Fall - 2005 Quiz 1 and 2 - Quiz#2 CWUA’RES g LAB...

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Unformatted text preview: Quiz #2 CWUA’RES) g LAB QUIZ Namezfl 1) What temperature must rocks cool through in order for the magnetic field to be “frozen” in? 590, c 2 M“ f F“ 2) The inclination measures the angle between the magnetic field vector and the swim. 0? WW \/ a. Geographic north pole ® Surface of the earth 3) The declination measures the angle between the magnetic north and the J ® Geographic north pole b. Surface of the earth 4) The magnetic field of the earth can be approximated by a a. Monopole b. Quadropole © Dipole d. Fishingpole 5) Draw a pictur e the earth and show the magnetic field lines (Hint: The earth is Quiz # 1 6‘55“ 2‘90 i0 Nam! a we I) What are the three types of plate boundary? a. Up, down, sideways Convergent, divergent, transform c. Convergent, divergent, elliptical d. Snap, crackle, pop v 2) What are the two types of crust? Oceanic, Continental .) Upper, Lower c.) Pie, Bread 3) There are about plates on the earth’s crust. e. 2 f. 42 12 . 711 4) What is the equation for density that you will need for today’s lab? d.) E=M62 alt! azaqu e. ih—=——— +V II’x,t ) 6t amisuc2 (x)( ) ® _ Mass p Volume ...
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