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What are internal and external forces which sculpt the surface of the earth?

Forces like earthquake and volcanoes occurs beneath the earth’s crust. Forces like weathering, erosion, etc. are responsible for the changes on the earth’s surface. Forces are of two types: Endogenic (Internal) and Exogenic (External) forces.

What are some examples of very fast changes?

Some changes are fast and immediately observable, such as earthquakes, volcanoes, flooding, and landslides. Other changes are slower and occur over a longer period of time, such as weathering and erosion. These gradual processes shape landforms with water, ice, wind, living organisms, and gravity.

What are the examples of natural changes?

Figure 1-1: Examples of Natural Changes

  • Going to college.
  • Getting married.
  • Getting divorced.
  • Changing jobs.
  • Joining the Army.
  • Taking a vacation.
  • Moving.
  • Buying a home.

What is the definition of natural change?

Definition. The term natural change (natural increase or natural decrease) in a population is the difference between the number of births and number of deaths in the population. If the number of births is greater than the number of deaths, then we have: natural increase = (number of births) – (number of deaths)

How do change occur?

Physical changes occur when objects or substances undergo a change that does not change their chemical composition. This contrasts with the concept of chemical change in which the composition of a substance changes or one or more substances combine or break up to form new substances.

What are 3 examples of a chemical change?

Examples of Chemical Change in Everyday Life

  • Burning of paper and log of wood.
  • Digestion of food.
  • Boiling an egg.
  • Chemical battery usage.
  • Electroplating a metal.
  • Baking a cake.
  • Milk going sour.
  • Various metabolic reactions that take place in the cells.

What are the examples of physical change and chemical change?

Examples of chemical changes are burning, cooking, rusting, and rotting. Examples of physical changes are boiling, melting, freezing, and shredding. Many physical changes are reversible, if sufficient energy is supplied. The only way to reverse a chemical change is via another chemical reaction.