Class VIII

At the boundaries where the magma rises to the surfaces, ridges are formed on the
  1. Ocean beds
  2. Land
  3. Rocks
  4. Settled sand
The mantle is mainly
  1. Solid
  2. Semi-solid
  3. Molten
  4. Gaseous
The Indo-Australian Plate collided with the Eurasian Plate to form the mountains, now known as
  1. Karakorum Range
  2. Hindu Kush Range
  3. Himalayas Range
  4. Mount Everest Range
The mantle is the layer of Earth that lies
  1. Over the crust
  2. Under the core
  3. Between the core and the crust
  4. In the core
Plate margins are places where much activity occurs. Earthquakes occur, for example, along convergent margins, where plates are
  1. moving apart
  2. sliding past each other
  3. colliding
  4. None of these
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