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What could increase the damage to human built structures during an earthquake?

A-buildings far away from the pint of origin of the earthquake

B- loose material in underlying land

C- solid rock beneath buildings

D-flexible buildings

is it C???

i mean point, by the way

is it C or D?

Neither C nor D.

What do you think about A or B?

A? i am bad at science

Can anyone predict where the next earthquake will occur?

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