32.A material is warmed one-tenth of the way from absolute zero to the melting point. You grabthe ends of the material in a very strong testing device, and pull really, really hard. The likelybehavior is:A) The material will not deform at all.B) The material will deform elastically (stretching a bit, but snapping back if you let go).C) The material initially will deform elastically (stretching a bit, but snapping back if you let go),but if you pull hard enough, the material will break.D) The material will deform plastically (not snapping back when you let go).E) The material will shrink.33.A glacier almost always flows:34.Which is not evidence that glaciers were much bigger about 20,000 years ago than they arenow?35.During the most recent ice age, the great ice sheets produced many geologic features. Which ofthe following was NOT produced by the great ice sheets during that most recent ice age?
36.A glacier that had not changed its size or shape for a long time is now getting shorter. Whatdoes this tell you?A) The glacier is flowing back towards its accumulation zone, thus making the length shorter.B) The glacier is sure to disappear soon.C) Snowfall has decreased, or melting has increased, or both.D) The climate cooled.E) The Pepsi Corporation has been pouring Pepsi on the glacier, thus reducing the albedo andcausing the melting.
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