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A gravitational force is the attractive force between two separate bodies. Gravity is related to mass so the more significant the mass, the greater the gravitational force it exerts on other objects. Also, the gravitational force of an object is dependent on distance. Gravity is where all...

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The answer to this is A. it can be confusing to choose the right answer if you would not read the questions carefully. Latitude lines are known as horizontal lines. They will be very helpful in determining the various areas where countries are located. Longitude lines are those that may start...

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There are many ways to prove that earth is round. One of them is observing a ship emerge from a long distance from the sea to the shore. The ship will appear to come up from beneath the water to the surface. This happens because the earth is round. Had it been a flat surface the ship would have...

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The line that divides the earth into two parts in a horizontal manner is the equator. Take note that this is an invisible line. You will not see it if you would look at the Earth from a distance. Do remember that the closer the countries are to the equator, the hotter it gets. The equator...

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It takes one year or 365 days or approximately 365 and ¼ days for the Earth to complete its’ orbit around the sun, which is why we have a leap year every four years and February has one extra day. It is a circular orbit, and there is only a small variance between the neighboring...

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Trying to figure out how old planets are is a very tricky science. The planets formed billions of years ago so it is difficult to appropriately estimate how old planets are, but scientists have been able to get pretty close. The Earth is about 4.54 billion years old with the age being...

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I do not understand. Doesn't the hydrosphere include ALL of the water on earth?

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A. The inner core,the outer core. the crust, and the mantle

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Scientists are inquisitive people and like to explore different forms of existence. Geologists in particular are immensely interested in the earth’s crust. So, if a scientist needs to create a geologic column of rock layers made from different parts of the state, they can simply organize...

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The correct answer to this question is Panthalassa. It is also known as the Proto-Pacific or Paleo-Pacific, which means old Pacific. This is because the ocean we know today as the Pacific Ocean came from the Panthalassa's Ocean center. The Panthalassa covered 70% of Earth's surface during the...

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