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Question: 32/60 IIT JAM GG USP (1-15) 2019 Isostasy has been compared to ice floating in water, but mountain peaks are not like "tips of the iceberg" in relation to their "roots". In other words, "roots" are not that much larger than their peaks. This fact suggests that: (A) floating ice is an in
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  • Rahul pandey Best Answer
    As you know that roots of iceberg is nearly 9 times larger than that of ice floating above water. Here the statement is "not that much larger" indicates that crustal roots are not ...
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  • Sajan sarthak sahoo thankyou
    Yes roots are really large in length than that of. height above the average crustal thickness. Here the statement is "not that much larger" indicates that crustal roots are not 9 ...
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