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How is a plateau different from a fault-block mountain? A plateau forms due to shearing, and a fault-block mountain does not.
A fault-block mountain forms from a reverse-fault, and a plateau does not.
A plateau forms when a flat block of rock is uplifted, and a fault-block mountain does not.
A fault-block mountain forms when the center block is uplifted, and plateau does not.

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