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What hypothesis has continents that move slowly down to there location?
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Do continents drift slowly on earths upper mantle or earths core?
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How are observations related to the process of forming a hypothesis?
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What should researchers do next if their experiment did not support their hypothesis?
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What causes drifting continents?
When landforms are slowly worn down over time by outside forces it is called?
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What is the difference between a hypothesis and a scientific theory?
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How are continents determined?
Continents are decided by size and placement on the planet. There are truly only four continents: America, Afroeurasia, Australia, and Antarctica. This is based off geographical location and size. For example, Greenland is the largest island but is much too small to be considered its own continent. A continent is a continuous, connected piece of land. However, there are seven political continents, in which are mostly used: North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, and Antarctica. Political continents are the geographical continents broken down based on culture. You see North America and South America separated from America based on culture. You see Europe, Africa, and Asia separated from Afroeurasia because of culture. Australia and Antarctica are not broken down any farther.
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Why water evaporates very slowly in a fridge.write down 2 reasons?
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the 3 kinds of hypothesis are: 1. alternative: this is the hypothesis that is affirmative, positive, and approving..... this gives a positive possible result of the experiment. 2. null: this is a negative hypothesis about the experiment........ 3. cause and effect: this kind of hypothesis gives a cause and effect hypothesis.... this has the "if & then" clause...... (example: "if sunlight affects the growth of plants, then it might slow down or fasten the plant's growth.")
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Does Antarctica have the highest or lowest elevation of all the continents?