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CRUST
- It's the Earth's outermost layer.
- It is solid.
- It's thickness varies from 6 to 70 kilometers.
- It is only 1% of the Earth.
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Earth's mass is divided into an inner core, outer core, mantle, and crust. The crust is outermost layer of the earth, 3–44 miles (5–70 km) thick and representing less than 1% of the earth's total volume. Thin compared Earth's diameter, the outermost crustal layer is further subdivided into two basic types of crust—each unique in composition, origin and fate. Although the earth is dynamic, with new crust constantly being created and destroyed, the fact that size of the earth remains constant argues that there is no net creation or destruction of force and that these two processes are in equilibrium.
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