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Small fragments of orbiting bodies that have fallen on Earth's surface are known as A. uranium. B. asteroids. C. meteorites. D. zirconium.
Small fragments of orbiting bodies that have fallen on Earth's surface are known as D. meteorites.
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User: Small fragments of orbiting bodies that have fallen on Earth's surface are known as A. uranium. B. asteroids. C. meteorites. D. zirconium.

Weegy: Small fragments of orbiting bodies that have fallen on Earth's surface are known as D. meteorites.
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User: What is the most abundant fossil fuel? A. Oil B. Gas C. Wood D. Coal

Weegy: The most plentiful fossil fuel is coal.
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User: The resources that are provided by Earth are known as _______ resources. A. renewable B. synthetic C. nonrenewable D. natural

Weegy: The resources that are provided by Earth are known as __B. natural resources. Natural resources are often classified into renewable, flow, and non-renewable resources.
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User: The agricultural revolution led to the need for organized A. government. B. technological reform. C. pest control. D. greenhouse gas reform.

Weegy: The agricultural revolution led to the need for organized A. government. B. technological reform. C. pest control. D. greenhouse gas reform. [ ]
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User: The agricultural revolution led to the need for organized A. government. B. technological reform. C. pest control. D. greenhouse gas reform.

Weegy: The agricultural revolution led to the need for organized A. government. B. technological reform. C. pest control. D. greenhouse gas reform. [ ]
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User: The agricultural revolution led to the need for organized A. government. B. technological reform. C. pest control. D. greenhouse gas reform.





Weegy: A. Government
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