multiple choice exam
 1. What is focusA) The location where an earthquake waves beginB) The center of the earthquakeC) The surface of the earthquake where the wave stardD) The end of the seismic waves2. What scale measures the magnitude of an earthquakeA) Mercalli scaleB) Spring scaleC) Richter scaleD) Weighing scale3. What is centered on the portion of the fault that has the greatest movementA) SurfaceB) EpicenterC) GroundD) Focus4. What point on Earth's surface is directly above the focusA) MagnitudeB) FaultC) FocusD) Epicenter5. What is referred to as measure of the amount released in an earthquakeA) TensionB) StressC) IntensityD) Magnitude6. What is the shaking of the surface of the earth resulting from a sudden release of energy in the Earth's lithosphere that create seismic wavesA) EpicenterB) IntensityC) MagnitudeD) Earthquake7. What are the three types of faults?A) Strike slope, normal and reverse faultB) Strike-slip, normal and reverse faultC) Strike slide, normal and reverse faultD) Strike slip, normal and revise fault8. What is the instrument that used to record Earthquakes?A) Weighting scaleB) SeismographC) RichterD) Mercalli9. The size of the earthquake is calledA) EpicenterB) FocusC) MagnitudeD) Intensity10. In which of these places will an intense earthquake likely happen?A) Near a mountainB) Near coastal areaC) Along active faultD) Along inactive fault
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