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♥ i have earth science homework. the book is mcdougal littell earth science. i have to do chapter 10 review #1-23 does anyone know the answers or where i can get the answers!!? please answer!!! it's due tomorrow!! 1) according to the elastic rebound theory what is a cause for earthquakes along plate boundaries? 2)at what type of plate boundary do very deep earthquakes occur? 3)compare the stregnths of an earthquake whose ricter scale is 5 and an earthquake whose ricter scale is 7? 4)what data do scientists need to determine whether a seismic gap may exist along a fault? 5)how is the shadow zone of an earthquake related to the focus of the earthquake? 6) compare: in what way is the time differnece between the arrival of p and s waves at a seiesmograph station like the time difference between thunder and lightening?earth science homework?
♥ do my homework for me? im in a big heap of trouble and i ave three other assignments and this one i dont have time for. 1. what are the branches of earth science? 2. what is the science of studying the weather? 3. where does the earth get most of its energy? 4. what percentage of earth’s heat comes from within the earth? 5. what organisms are responsible for taking carbon dioxide out of the air? a. what would happen in the air if those organisms were not around? b. what thing (that is not an organism) also absorbs carbon dioxide, and is called a “carbon sink”? 6. what are the lines on a topographic map called a. what is the distance between them called? 7. explain radioactive decay. a. how is radioactive dating used to determine the age of rocks? b. using radioactive dating techniques, what is the oldest know rock on earth? 8. how is a mineral different from a rock? a. what valuable minerals are mined in california? b. what are rocks called that have valuable resources in them? 9. how is sedimentary rock formed? 10. how are fossils created? 11. what are the commonly used renewable sources of energy? list four. 12. what are the consequences of burning fossil fuels in terms of changing the atmosphere? 13. explain what plate tectonics is. a. how are earth quakes, volcanoes and continental drift associated with plate tectonics?help with homework, earth science?
♥ an earthquake in peru was reported on february 10, 2009. read the following excerpt from a news report: washington: a strong 6.0-magnitude earthquake struck just off the coast of northern peru on monday, the u.s. geological survey reported. the quake, which shook the south american country at 9:09 am (1409 gmt), was centered 150 kilometers west of the city of chiclayo, and 160 kilometers southwest of piura.… the epicenter was at a depth of 10 kilometers, according to the usgs. (www.channelnewsasia.com) describe this earthquake using the terms fault, crust, focus, seismic waves, and epicenter. :) i'm not asking you to do this for me i just need to know how to do it.earth science/astronomy homework?
♥ the more you answer correctly the more likely you will earn 10 points from me 6. under which heading in the table of contents would the most information about the apollo 11 space mission be found? a. the space shuttle g. telescopes. looking up to space h. the race to the moon j. satellites 7. in the past, the united states and the former soviet union competed and cooperated to reach the goals of their space programs. explain how the race to reach the moon and the creation of the new international space station support this statement.science homework question about the earth?
♥ we're supposed to write a paragraph connecting these 4 topics - curvature of the earth's surface - absorption of solar energy - convection currents - wind how do they connect?! help me please!!!! thank you so much in advance!!!!! (.