A area that has been rased by erosion (being worn down) or Plates sliding Answer (1) .
Mountains are formed when the land is being pushed up by strong forces in the Earth, su…ch as plate tectonics. Some mountains ar formed by areas being thrust up over other areas; some mountains are volcanoes that have died out, or become extinct..
Answer (2) .
In addition to the last answer, a mountain has to be over 2,000 feet, otherwise it is just a hill..
There are many contributing factors that go into the formation of mountains. These can be uplift from plate tectonics, or vulcanism. (A volcano, if it is over 2,000 ft., whether active or otherwise can still be considered a mountain). The major controlling factors of orogeny (mountain building) come after the actual mountain has come about. There must be an equilibrium between uplift and erosion (glacial or fluvial) in order to maintain the mountain, otherwise it would be eroded back to base level (generally considered to be sea level) - "Tectonic aneurism" hypothesis..
A mountain is generally steeper than a hill. mountains r hills made of mainly stone (MORE)
Mountains are created in several ways. The most common way is when tectonic plates crash into one another. The major land masses of Earth move and crash into each other. …Crash isn't the best word because it suggests something happening suddenly. This process takes millions of years. As one of the enormous land masses collides with another they do so with huge forces this cause one to slide under the other. This collision both lifts and pushes into the other. This pushing into the edge creates wrinkles. These wrinkles are the mountain ranges. The Andes, Alps, Appalachian and Himalayas and several others were formed this way(MORE)
You can mine jewels, metal, coal, rock Get water from springs Harvest trees growing on it's surface Build homes on it Ski (depending on the mountain) Hunt animals (depe…nding on the mountain) Mountain land is not very suitable for farming. The land is very steep and rocky.(MORE)