# 60.8: Practice

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To hone your skills with geologic maps consider these three problems, take this self-quiz (5 questions):

## Geologic map self-quiz

Test your understanding of basic geologic map patterns with a handful of questions.

##### Exercise $$\PageIndex{1}$$

What major feature(s) is/are depicted in this portion of the North American geologic map?

a. Lots of normal faults

b. Folding

c. Mostly horizontal strata

d. An angular unconformity

e. A structural dome

f. A structural basin

g. Lots of thrust faults

h. Strike slip faulting

g. Lots of thrust faults

##### Exercise $$\PageIndex{2}$$

What major feature(s) is/are depicted in this portion of the North American geologic map?

a. Strike-slip faulting

b. A structural basin

c. Angular unconformity

d. Mostly horizontal strata

e. Lots of normal faults

f. Lots of thrust faults

g. A structural dome

h. Folding

d. Mostly horizontal strata

##### Exercise $$\PageIndex{3}$$

What major feature(s) is/are depicted in this portion of the North American geologic map?

a. A structural dome

b. A structural basin

c. Strike-slip faulting

d. Mostly horizontal strata

e. Lots of normal faults

f. Folding

g. Angular unconformity

g. Angular unconformity

##### Exercise $$\PageIndex{4}$$

What major feature(s) is/are depicted in this portion of the North American geologic map?

a. A structural basin

b. Lots of thrust faults

c. Lots of normal faults

d. An angular unconformity

e. Strike-slip faulting

f. A structural dome

g. Mostly horizontal strata

c. Lots of normal faults

##### Exercise $$\PageIndex{5}$$

What major feature(s) is/are depicted in this portion of the North American geologic map?

a. Lots of thrust faults

b. A structural basin

c. An angular unconformity

d. A structural dome

e. Lots of normal faults

f. Mostly horizontal strata

g. Strike-slip faulting