A continental collision 3 An ocean ocean convergent plate boundary 4 An ocean

A continental collision 3 an ocean ocean convergent

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2. A continental collision 3. An ocean-ocean convergent plate boundary 4. An ocean-continent convergent plate boundary Text: 3.5
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Which letter is located at a deep oceanic trench? 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D Text: 3.5
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What type of plate boundary does this diagram illustrate? 1. Ocean-ocean convergent 2. Ocean-continent convergent 3. Continent-continent convergent 4. Divergent 5. Transform Chap. 3 Review
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1. Ocean-ocean convergent 2. Ocean-continent convergent 3. Continent-continent convergent 4. Divergent 5. Transform What type of plate boundary does this diagram illustrate? Chap. 3 Review
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What type of plate boundary does this diagram illustrate? 1. Ocean-ocean convergent 2. Ocean-continent convergent 3. Continent-continent convergent 4. Divergent 5. Transform Chap. 3 Review
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Convergent, Divergent or Transform? 1. Oceanic trench (C) 2. Fracture zone (T) 3. Accretionary wedge (C) 4. mid-ocean ridge (D) 5. Volcanic island arc (C) 6. Volcanic mountain chain (C) 7. Submarine eruptions of basaltic magma (D) 8. No volcanoes (T) 9. Oceanic crust created (D) 10. Oceanic crust destroyed (C) 11. Crust neither created nor destroyed (T) 12. Deepest earthquakes in the world (C) 13. Largest earthquakes in the world (C) Hand signals: C, D, T C. Convergent D. Divergent T. Transform Chap. 3 Review
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Himalaya Mountains 1. Ocean-ocean convergent 2. Ocean-continent convergent 3. Continent-continent convergent 4. Divergent 5. Transform Chap. 3 Review
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The green arrow is pointing to which type of plate boundary? 1. Ocean-ocean convergent 2. Ocean-continent convergent 3. Continent-continent convergent 4. Divergent 5. Transform Chap. 3 Review
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The green arrow is pointing to which type of plate boundary? 1. Ocean-ocean convergent 2. Ocean-continent convergent 3. Continent-continent convergent 4. Divergent 5. Transform Chap. 3 Review
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The Red Sea and Gulf of Aden are examples of which type of plate boundary? Saudi Arabia Red Sea Gulf of Ad East Africa 1. Ocean-ocean convergent 2. Ocean-continent convergent 3. Continent-continent convergent 4. Divergent 5. Transform Chap. 3 Review
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The San Andreas fault is an example of which type of plate boundary? 1. Ocean-ocean convergent 2. Ocean-continent convergent 3. Continent-continent convergent 4. Divergent 5. Transform San Andreas fault Chap. 3 Review
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What type of plate boundary exists between the Antarctic and Indo-Australian plates ? 1. Convergent 2. Divergent 3. Transform Chap. 3 Review
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The Antarctic and African plates are 1. Moving towards each other 2. Moving away from each other 3. Sliding horizontally past each other 4. Not moving relative to each other Chap. 3 Review
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The Indo-Australian and Eurasian plates are 1. Moving towards each other 2. Moving away from each other 3. Sliding horizontally past each other 4. Not moving relative to each other Chap. 3 Review
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The Indo-Australian and Arabian plates are 1. Moving towards each other 2. Moving away from each other 3. Sliding horizontally past each other 4. Not moving relative to each other Chap. 3 Review
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Chapter 4 Minerals
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Mineral properties 1) Cleavage 2) Hardness 3) Crystal form 4) Luster a) Resistance to scratching
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