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Question: Which of the following is true of fault-block mountains and volcanic mountains but not true of folded mountains?

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  1.  Form from the buildup of lava and ash
  2.  May have a steeply sloping, jagged appearance
  3.  May have a gently sloping, dome-shaped appearance
  4.  Form at both convergent and divergent plate boundaries

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2. May have a steeply sloping, jagged appearance

The statement which is true about fault-block mountains and volcanic mountains but not true of folded mountains is that it may have a steeply sloping, jagged appearance.

Fold mountains have a concave slope on one side and a convex slope on the other (in generally).

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