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Which of the following is an example of a renewable resource? A. oil B. coal C. forests D. natural gas
The answer is D. natural gas.
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C. Forest is renewable.

Coal and oil usually refer to fossil fuels but can be renewable (as in charcoal and vegetable oil). Natural gas is fossil.
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@sarjah - Please don't spam the site, you have answered 3 times for a single question.
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Coal is not a renewable resource.
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