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# What is the relationship between the density of earths layer the position of each layer?

Updated: 4/28/2022

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Each relationship between each layer is different. Like the mantle and the outer core. Its like the mantle is solid and it starts to soften and turn to liquid the deeper you go. Or like the outer core and the inner core . The outer core starts to get harder and denser and the deeper you go the solider it gets. Like the mantle and the crust too. The mantle gets a little more solid and becomes the crust.

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