Quiz by Megan Park
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Measures 1 skill fromGrade 8Science (2017)Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)
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Group the landforms with the correct plate boundary.29Users sort answers between categories
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Group the landforms with the correct plate boundary.Users sort answers between categoriesSorting60s8.9b
Match the plate boundary with the correct motionUsers link answersLinking45s8.9b
Ocean crust will subduct under continental crust if they converge.truefalseTrue or False30s8.9b
Group into true or not trueUsers sort answers between categoriesSorting60s8.9b
What is the force in the mantle that causes the plates in the lithosphere to move?Users re-arrange answers into correct orderJumble60s8.9b
Which of the following correctly explains why Earth is not getting bigger when new land is being created?
Seafloor spreading is a constructive force that causes new seafloor to be created at a divergent boundary, but transform boundaries turn the new crust into something else.
Seafloor spreading is a constructive force that causes new seafloor to be created at a divergent boundary. Destructive forces, like subduction, at convergent boundaries recycle old crust back into the mantel.
New land is not being created.
Seafloor spreading is a constructive force that causes new seafloor to be created at a divergent boundary, so Earth is getting bigger.45s8.9b
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