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Question 1: What is the thickest layer of the Earth? a) Mantle b) Crust c) Core
Question 2: Which layer is the thinnest? a) Mantle b) Crust c) Core
Question 3: Label the 4 layers of the earth from outmost – innermost.
Question 4: True/False There are two types of crust: oceanic and continental
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Layers of the Earth.
Inside the Earth.
The Layers of Earth.
Chapter 1 Section 2: Earth’s Interior
Earth’s Layers C r u s t M a n t l e O u t e r C o r e I n n e r C o r e.
Earth Layers_ Composition
Ch 1A -Earth’s Layers.
Earth’s Interior Layers of the Earth How much do you know about your planet? Text Book page numbers
Inside the Earth. The Layers of the Earth © Copyright M. J. Krech. All rights reserved.
By Amy Calleja. Earth is made up of many different rocks. There is the crust, the mantle, the outer core and the inner core.
1._____heat from inside the Earth 2._____type of resource minerals and metals are 3. _____cutting down all of the trees in an area 4._____crops that replenish.
Layers of Earth.
The Layers of the Earth!. Earth Layers The Earth is divided into 4 main layers. Inner Core Outer Core Mantle Crust.
Geology & The Layers of the Earth A journey to the center of the Earth.
PLATE TECTONICS SWAT. THE RING OF FIRE IS FORMED BY A CHAIN OF _______________ AROUND THE PACIFIC OCEAN. Volcanoes 5.
1. Where do hot things go? 2. How do hot molecules move? 3. How far are hot molecules apart? 4. Are hot molecules like a solid liquid or gas? 5. Where.
EARTH`S LAYERS INNER CORE
Earth has several layers
EARTH’S LAYERS MOTION PRACTICE TEST GOOD LUCK! USE POSITIVE TEAM WORK!
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