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The Earth's crust is quite variable in density and thickness. Some places on the ocean floors it is many miles thinner than on land.

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No. The crust varies greatly in thickness. The crust may by as little as 3 miles thick at mid-ocean ridges and as thick as 30 miles in mountain ranges on the continents.

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