Section #: 20.3 Other Types of Mountains

Practice Test
      
  1.The Hawaiian Islands are made of volcanoes that formed due to __________.  
  a.   convergence at plate boundaries  
  b.   divergence at plate boundaries  
  c.   uplift  
  d.   hot spot activity  
  Hint    
      
  2.The Mid-Atlantic Ridge mountains are an example of mountains forming at __________.  
  a.   hot spots  
  b.   uplifted areas  
  c.   convergent boundaries  
  d.   divergent boundaries  
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  3.The Mid-Atlantic Ridge is __________.  
  a.   made of igneous rocks with high silica content  
  b.   approximately 5000 km long  
  c.   made of mountains with steep slopes  
  d.   a long, continuous chain  
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  4.The Adirondack Mountains are an example of mountains that formed due to __________.  
  a.   convergence at plate boundaries  
  b.   faults  
  c.   uplift  
  d.   divergence at plate boundaries  
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  5.Which is not a boundary mountain?  
  a.   island arc complexes  
  b.   some volcanoes  
  c.   fault-block mountains  
  d.   uplifted mountains  
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  6.Which of these boundaries has the thinnest crust?



 
  a.   A  
  b.   B  
  c.   C  
  d.   D  
  Hint    

 
   
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