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What are sizes shapes and positions of the continents changed by?
lithospheric plate motion.
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This is a physical change. An example is breaking glass. It does not change its material, but its size shape or state. A chemical change is where it reacts with something. Iro…n rusting is an example, as the iron reacts to water.
both because the wind blows sand dunes and spreads parts of the dessert everywhere and changs the shapes.
Simply the moon does not change its shape it stays round all the time. The light from the sun only hits a part of the moon at a time. So simply you only see the part of the mo…on the light shines on
Im afraid not, what we can not see is how long they stretch under water.
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No, there are several more plates than continents (twelve I think) and the plates include both oceans and land. Earthquakes are the result of plates moving, but don't worry, p…lates do not move fast, only about a centimeter a year.
IT IS PHYSICAL change