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Forces 1)Tension 2)Compression 3)Shearing
Question? Where do most mountains form? Rocky mountains At the westNear the edge of tectonic plates
Answer Where do most mountains form?c) Near the edge of tectonic plates
Folds Syncline Anticline
syncline Syncline: a fold in a shape of a U
Anticline Anticline: a shape of an arch
Faults 1)normal 2)reverse 3)strike-slip
Normal Fault Normal fault: when the hanging wall has moved downward
Reverse Fault Reverse fault: when the hanging wall has moved upward
Strike-Slip fault Strike-Slip fault: a fault in which surfaces are in opposite sides and have moved horizontally
Notes Tension Compression Shearing Where do most mountains form?What forces cause mountains to form? Tension Compression Shearing Where do most mountains form? - Near the edge of plate tectonic
Notes What are the common types of folds, and how might they look at the surface of earth? Anticline Syncline
Notes What are the common types of faults, and how might they look at the surface of the earth? Normal Reverse Strike-slip
Deforming the Earth’s Crust
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