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Which of the following models would best represent the inner and outer core of Earth, based on the physical characteristics of each layer?

A. A metal ball (solid) suspended (floating in the middle) in oil (liquid)

B. Jello (red semi-solid) on top of a cracker (brittle solid)

C. A ball of clay (solid) filled with water (liquid)

D. Rubber ball (flexible solid) painted red (thin solid covering)

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  1. its c

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  2. How do you know? Explain plz

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  3. I've done that lesson before- and I can easily look back on my tests, and more.

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  4. Ok because I think that it was A

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  5. Agree with A.

    It became clear that the core consists of a thick shell of liquid iron—the outer core—with a smaller, solid inner core at its center. It's solid because at that depth the high pressure overcomes the effect of high temperature.

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