# SCIENCE HELP SOMEONE IN FIVE MINUTES

An earthquake has a high magnitude but a low intensity. Which statement best explains this?(1 point)

1 Magnitude measures the duration of the earthquake, while intensity measures the amount of damage.

2 Magnitude measures the energy released by the earthquake, while intensity measures the amount of damage.

3 Magnitude measures the duration of the earthquake, while intensity measures the energy released by the earthquake.

4 Magnitude measures the energy released by the earthquake, while intensity measures its duration.

The National Seismic Hazard Map classifies Region A as having the “highest hazard” and Region B as having the “lowest hazard.” Based on this classification, which conclusion can you draw?(1 point)

1 There is more likely to be an earthquake in Region A than in Region B.

2 There will definitely be an earthquake in Region A in the near future.

3 Region A is better prepared for an earthquake than Region B.

4 There will not be an earthquake in Region B in the near future.

How are P waves different from S waves?(1 point)

1 P waves push and pull in the same direction as the wave, and S waves move up and down.

2 P waves cause damage, and S waves do not cause damage.

3 P waves move under Earth’s surface, and S waves move along Earth’s surface.

4 P waves travel slowly, and S waves travel quickly.

What does a seismograph measure?(1 point)

1 the total amount of energy released by an earthquake

2 the distance from the epicenter of an earthquake

3 the vibrations produced by an earthquake

4 the amount of damage that results from an earthquake

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13. 1. Magnitude measures the energy released by the earthquake, while intensity measures the amount of damage.
2. There is more likely to be an earthquake in Region A than in Region B.
3. P waves push and pull in the same direction as the wave, and S waves move up and down.
4. the vibrations produced by an earthquake

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