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Which one of the following statements expresses a characteristic of MDCs? A. The population of MDCs is larger than that of LDCs. B. The age structure of MDCs is less stable than that of LDCs. C.
People in MDCs use less water than those in LDCs. D. MDCs produce most of the world's hazardous wastes
Which one of the following statements expresses a characteristic of MDCs? B. MDCs produce most of the world's hazardous wastes.
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User: Which one of the following statements expresses a characteristic of MDCs? A. The population of MDCs is larger than that of LDCs. B. The age structure of MDCs is less stable than that of LDCs. C. People in MDCs use less water than those in LDCs. D. MDCs produce most of the world's hazardous wastes

Weegy: Which one of the following statements expresses a characteristic of MDCs? B. MDCs produce most of the world's hazardous wastes.
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User: What is the term for an evolutionary change in one species that results in the evolutionary change of another species? A. Coevolution B. Interactive evolution C. Competitive evolution D. Binary evolution

Weegy: D. Coevolution
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User: The main reason for land subsidence is A. land exploitation. B. the destruction of plant life. C. the removal of water from aquifers. D. desertification.





Weegy: The main reason for land subsidence is . C. the removal of water from aquifers.
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