Sharan.thiru wrote:WangwithaTang wrote:BennyTheJett wrote:
Density times thickness equals density times thickness. That's why different topographies can be equal in weight. The image is more detailed. you take the density times thickness of the crust, and it equals the density times thickness of this other crust. If they are equal there is equilibrium. If unequal, there is depression or rebound.
Ok, so how do you solve the problem posed by this image?
You do realize that most of the math on the test is about glacial movement, erosion, and mass balance right. THere's not much you can do with isostasy when it comes to glaciers.
There's not much on it, but it appears on many many tests.