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A fold in rock that bends upward into an arch is called a(n) a. anticline. b. syncline. c. plateau. d. canyon.

Ronald Miller

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Craig Stewart on January 16, 2018

Hello! It is an anticline. An anticline is a designation given by the structural geology, which indicates that a particular structure has a convex fold which is directed towards the more recent strata, forming a sort of "wave" brand in the rocks. It is possible to find this type of structure in various places on the planet. (A) Anticline Hugs!I hope this helps. Let me know if you need extra help!

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