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Earth Layer Questions and Answers (Q&A)

M. Parker, Internet Researcher
Answered: Feb 01, 2019
The layer of the Earth that is solid is the inner core. It is mostly made up of a solid ball of iron-nickel alloy and other elements with a radius of about 760 miles or 1, 220 kilometers. Though...Read More

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Vanix
Answered: Apr 05, 2017
It's 84% exactlywhy am i wrong?Although the core and mantle are about equal in thickness, the core actually forms only15 percentof the Earth's volume, whereas the mantle occupies84 pe...Read More

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Christian Jackson, Content Developer
Answered: Apr 24, 2019
The correct answer to this question is D, crust. This outer layer is hard and made of igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks. The crust is 1% of the Earth's volume. There are two different...Read More

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Danny R. Glover, Editor
Answered: Sep 20, 2018
The answer to this is Mantle which is letter B in the choices. The mantle is located in between the crust of the earth and the outer core. The fact that it is rocky may contribute to its overall...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jul 02, 2020
Layer A

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Mscarb
Answered: Jul 02, 2020
Inner core, outer core, mantle, crust

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Quanisha
Answered: Nov 14, 2017

In this sentence "dense" means.....

- C. Closely compacted together

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John Adney
Answered: Nov 14, 2017
The oceanic crust is 3–6 mi (5–10 km) thick, while the continental crust averages about 20 mi (35 km) in thickness and can reach 40 mi (70 km) in certain sections, particularly those...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jul 02, 2020
Bottom part of the upper mantle

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Tyim
Answered: Jul 02, 2020
The inner core is solid because of the sky high pressure and temperatures.

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Tyim
Answered: Jul 02, 2020
Outer core

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John Smith
Answered: Jul 02, 2020
Asthenosphere, Asthenosphere

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John Smith
Answered: Jul 02, 2020
Lithosphere

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Mscarb
Answered: Jul 02, 2020
False

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John Smith
Answered: Jul 02, 2020
Because of the intense pressure of the other layers beating down on the core.

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