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The crack that forms when rocks break and move past each other is called a fault . The blocks of rock that are on either side of the fault are called fault blocks .
A listric fault is a fault along which a plane is curved. It is caused by a normal separation and in some cases the reverse separation. The curve is concave at the top but it is curved downward in a flattening manner.
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Pedestrians can be legally at fault for causing a crash
The driver who rear ended you is at fault.
Strike-slip mountains, also known as fault-block mountains, form from high to moderate angle faults on at least one side. Broad uplifting forms the mountains causing elongation and faulting.
The force that is causing movement at this fault is called tectonic force. These forces are generated by the movement and interaction of the Earth's tectonic plates.
Fault-block mountains form because of fault-lines. One side of a fault pushes over the other, causing blocks of rock to rise from the surface.
There is a fault line near San Fransisco, therefore causing volcanoes. Magma from inside the Earth pushes up along the fault zone, causing volcanoes.
The mechanic discovered a fault in the car's engine, causing it to malfunction.
Faulting is caused by stress in the rock layers, the stress can break and crack the rock causing a fault. There are two types of faults a normal fault and a reverse fault.
The coil common fault
the driver behind is not at fault as the in front should be liable as he was negligent
The driver would be at fault as they are responsible to be aware at all times.