a _ fault moves because it is under tension

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a _ fault moves because it is under tension

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2022-04-25T10:06:49+00:00 2 Answers 0

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  1. Elliana
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    2022-04-25T10:07:58+00:00

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    normal

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  2. Nevaeh
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    2022-04-25T10:08:23+00:00

    A NORMAL fault moves because it is under tension.

    In geology a fault refers to a planar fracture in a rock volume, which has been displaced as a result of rock mass movement. There are three types of fault, they are: normal, reverse and strike-slip fault.

    A normal fault is a type of fault in which the hanging wall has moved downward relative to the foot wall. Normal fault typically occur at points where two rock blocks are pulled apart as a result of tension. Thus, normal fault is always brought about as a result of tension.

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