### I am including the questions here ( NOTICE THAT SOME QUESTIONS WILL REQUIRE YOU TO SELECT MORE THAN ONE ANSWER!! ): 1. (1 points) Which is the

I am including the questions here (NOTICE THAT SOME QUESTIONS WILL REQUIRE YOU TO SELECT MORE THAN ONE ANSWER!!):

1. (1 points) Which is the direction of force at a DIVERGENT plate boundary?

a. tension;

b. compression;

c. shear;

d. left;

e. impossible to tell;

2. (1 points) Which is the direction of force at an OCEANIC-OCEANIC CONVERGENT plate boundary?

a. tension;

b. compression;

c. shear;

d. left;

e. impossible to tell;

3. (1 points) Which is the direction of force at a CONTINENTAL-OCEANIC CONVERGENT plate boundary?

a. tension;

b. left;

c. shear;

d. compression; e. right;

4. (1 points) Which is the direction of force at a CONTINENTAL-CONTINENTAL CONVERGENT plate boundary?

a. tension;

b. compression; c. shear;

d. left;

e. right;

5. (1 points) Which is the direction of force at a TRANSFORM plate boundary?

a. tension;

b. compression; c. shear;

d. left;

e. right;

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6. (1 points) What is the age of the seafloor at a DIVERGENT plate boundary? (HINT: Remember what happens at a divergent margin when the seafloor forms ..)

a. older;

b. younger;

c. cannot be determined; d. 250 million years;

e. 750 million years;

7. (1 points) What is the age of the seafloor at an OCEANIC-OCEANIC CONVERGENT plate boundary? (HINT: Remember what happens to an oceanic plate at a convergent margin ..)

a. older;

b. younger;

c. cannot be determined; d. 250 million years;

e. 750 million years;

8. (1 points) What is the age of the seafloor at a CONTINENTAL-OCEANIC CONVERGENT plate boundary? (HINT: Remember what happens to an oceanic plate at a convergent margin ..)

a. older;

b. younger;

c. cannot be determined; d. 250 million years;

e. 750 million years;

9. (1 points) What is the age of the seafloor at a CONTINENTAL-CONTINENTAL CONVERGENT plate boundary?

a. older;

b. younger;

c. cannot be determined; d. 250 million years;

e. 750 million years;

10. (1 points) What is the age of the seafloor at a TRANSFORM plate boundary?

a. older;

b. younger;

c. cannot be determined; d. 250 million years;

e. 750 million years;

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11. (1 points) What type of lava will you find at a DIVERGENT plate boundary?

a. low silica lava;

b. intermediate silica lava;

c. high silica lava;

d. there is no lava (no volcanoes) at this boundary; e. lava with no silica;

12. (1 points) What type of lava will you find at an OCEANIC-OCEANIC CONVERGENT plate boundary?

a. low silica lava;

b. intermediate or high silica lava;

c. there is no lava (no volcanoes) at this boundary; d. lava with no silica;

13. (1 points) What type of lava will you find at a CONTINENTAL-OCEANIC CONVERGENT plate boundary?

a. low silica lava;

b. intermediate or high silica lava;

c. there is no lava (no volcanoes) at this boundary; d. lava with no silica;

14. (1 points) What type of lava will you find at a CONTINENTAL-CONTINENTAL CONVERGENT plate boundary?

a. low silica lava;

b. intermediate silica lava;

c. high silica lava;

d. there is no lava (no volcanoes) at this boundary; e. lava with no silica;

15. (1 points) What type of lava will you find at a TRANSFORM plate boundary?

a. low silica lava;

b. intermediate silica lava;

c. high silica lava;

d. there is no lava (no volcanoes) at this boundary; e. lava with no silica;

16. (1 points) What is the average earthquake depth at a DIVERGENT plate boundary?

a. Shallow (0-70 Km);

b. Intermediate (70-300 Km); c. Deep (>300 Km);

d. Ultra-deep (1000-3000 Km); e. Hyper-deep (> 3000 Km);

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17. (1 points) What is the average earthquake depth at an OCEANIC-OCEANIC CONVERGENT plate boundary? (SELECT ALL THAT APPLY)

a. Shallow (0-70 Km);

b. Shallow (0-5 Km);

c. Intermediate (70-300 Km); d. Deep (>300 Km);

e. Ultra-deep (1000-3000 Km);

18. (1 points) What is the average earthquake depth at a CONTINENTAL-OCEANIC CONVERGENT plate boundary? (SELECT ALL THAT APPLY)

a. Shallow (0-70 Km);

b. Intermediate (70-300 Km);

c. Deep (>300 Km);

d. Ultra-deep (1000-3000 Km); e. Hyper-deep (1000-3000 Km);

19. (1 points) What is the average earthquake depth at a CONTINENTAL-CONTINENTAL CONVERGENT plate boundary? (SELECT ALL THAT APPLY)

a. Shallow (0-70 Km);

b. Intermediate (70-300 Km);

c. Deep (>300 Km);

d. Ultra-deep (1000-3000 Km); e. Hyper-deep (1000-3000 Km);

20. (1 points) What is the average earthquake depth at a TRANSFORM plate boundary?

a. Shallow (0-70 Km);

b. Intermediate (70-300 Km);

c. Deep (>300 Km);

d. Ultra-deep (1000-3000 Km); e. Hyper-deep (1000-3000 Km);

21. (1 points) What is an example (on Earth) of a DIVERGENT plate boundary?

a. San Andreas Fault b. Aleutian Islands

c. Japan

d. East African Rift

e. Alps

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22. (1 points) What is an example (on Earth) of an OCEANIC-OCEANIC CONVERGENT plate boundary?

a. Andes

b. Alps

c. Mariana Trench

d. Himalayas

e. San Andreas Faults

23. (1 points) What is an example (on Earth) of a CONTINENTAL-OCEANIC CONVERGENT plate boundary?

a. Aleutian Islands b. East African Rift c. Andes

d. Tonga Islands e. Mariana Trench

24. (1 points) What is an example (on Earth) of a CONTINENTAL-CONTINENTAL CONVERGENT plate boundary?

a. Himalayas

b. San Andreas Fault c. Rhine Valley

d. Mid-Atlantic Ridge e. Tonga Island

25. (1 points) What is an example (on Earth) of a TRANSFORM plate boundary?

a. Rhine Valley

b. Japan

c. Alps

d. Himalayas

e. San Andreas Fault

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