Why are thrust faults, folds, and reverse faults commonly fo

Why are thrust faults, folds, and reverse faults commonly found together?They are not found togetherThey all form from shear stressThey all form from extensional stressThey all form from compressional stressHorsts and grabens are formed by compressional stress.RightWrongSeismic waves that can only travel through solids are _.L-wavesS-wavesO-wavesP-wavesA tilted axis is indicative of: a recumbent foldan asymmetrical folda plunging foldan overturned foldIdentify the fault in the image (cross-sectional view).Left lateral strike slipRight lateral strike slipThrustReverseNormalWhat type of stress created this fault?ShearExtensionalCompressionalBrittleWhich of the following is NOT true about aftershocks:all of these are truefrom continued adjustments along a faultusually smaller than the initial quakecan cause major damage to buildings and structures weakened by major earthquakeWhat is the difference between the focus and the epicenter?all of these statements are correctbody waves radiate from the focus and surface waves radiate from the epicenterthe focus is where the earthquake originates and is below the Earth’s surfacethe epicenter is directly above the focus on the Earth’s surface The New Madrid Earthquakes of 1811-1812 are the strongest ever-recorded quakes in the coterminous U.S. True FalseIdentify the fault in the image. (Map View)ThrustReverseLeft lateral strike slipNormalRight lateral strike slipThis image is an example of a fault scarp. What type of fault produces this feature?Transform faultsDip slip faultsBoth dip-slip and strike-slipStrike slip faultsThe famous San Andreas Fault is strike-slip fault in California. Right WrongThis is a _____ fault caused by _____ stress.Reverse, ExtensionalNormal, ExtensionalReverse, CompressionalRight Lateral Strike Slip, ShearNormal, CompressionalThe Red Sea formed in a graben within the Great East African Rift system. True FalseHorsts and grabens are a series of reverse faults with the fault lines dipping in opposite directions. Right WrongIdentify the fault in the image.Left lateral strike slipReverseThrustRight lateral strike slipNormalEarthquakes are more frequent during El Nino and after heavy rainstorms because the ground is saturated with water. True FalseWhich of the following is NOT true about this block diagram: the dip angle is 40 degreesthe fold is symmetricalrock layer M is older than layer Othis fold is a synclineP-waves are always the first seismic waves to arrive at a given location because they travel the fastest. True FalseThis image is an aerial (map) view of Nevada that illustrates a geologic feature common to several western states. It is often referred to as the ‘March of the Caterpillars’ when seen from above… by geologists, anyway! :)Based on your new geologic knowledge of this area, what gives this region that distinctive look?series of thrust faultsseries of anticlines and synclinesseries of horsts and grabensseries of jointsThe strongest earthquake recorded in the United States was in __.CaliforniaMissouriNew YorkAlaskaSouth CarolinaRemoval of sediment from a mountain on the continental crust will cause the mountain to___.Sink further into the mantle in order to reach a new equilibriumMerge with the ocreanic crust because of isostatic reboundRise up in order to reach a new equilibriumFloat on the oceanic crust because of buoyancyWhich of the following is NOT true about this image of R2D2 taken in Death Valley? —or Tatooine if you prefer R2D2 is standing on a basinR2D2 is standing on a footwallR2D2 is standing on a grabenR2D2 is standing on a hanging wall