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Mountains that are formed between two large faults are known as

A. fault-block mountains. B. seamounts. C. plateaus. D. uplifted mountains.
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Answer: A. fault-block mountains.

Seamounts are mountains that rise above the ocean floor but are not high enough to breach the surface of the water. Plateaus are expanses of land that are high and flat or level. Uplifted mountains are formed when the earth’s surface rises or falls due to force from above or below.

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