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A) C is pull-apart, B is push-together, and A is slide-past. B) C is slide-past, B is pull-apart, and A is push-together. C) C is push-together, B is slide-past, and A is pull-apart.
D) C is push-together, B is pull-apart, and A is slide-past.E) C is slide-past, B is push-together, and A is pull-apart.Feedback: Imagine putting the image on paper, cutting out the blocks (one block on each side of the fault), and then sliding them back together to make the original, unbroken features. A and B stand up from the table, C lies down on the table. Now, slide them to make the picture as seen here. In A, you’ll be moving the right-hand block up and toward the other block, so it is push-together. In B, you’ll be moving the right-hand block down and away from the other block, so it is pull-apart. And in C, you’ll slide one past the other (geologists distinguish right-lateral and left-lateral motion for C, but you don't have to worry about that much detail).Table for Individual QuestionFeedbackPoints Earned:1.0/1.0Correct Answer(s):BContinue