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If a tsunami develops during an underwater earthquake, what will most likely occur?

a. deep-ocean sediments will travel great distances.

b. no destruction will occur near the origin of the earthquake.

c. the magnitude of the earthquake will determine the direction of the tsunami.

d. severe destruction will occur in some coastal areas.

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    the answer is D

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