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Upper Secondary-Rift Valley and Block Mountain
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Upper Secondary-Rift Valley and Block Mountain

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  • 1. Formation of Rift Valley and Block Mountain
  • 2. Section of the crust extend along fault lines
  • 3. Block Mountains Block Mountains Rift Valley Tensional force will will cause the central mass of block to sink. The block that sink is the rift valley and the section left standing beside the rift valley are block mountains

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