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A process that separated the inner planets' composition into different chemical layers is called _____. accretion differentiation absorption separation
A process that separated the inner planets' composition into different chemical layers is called differentiation.
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User: A process that separated the inner planets' composition into different chemical layers is called _____. accretion differentiation absorption separation

Weegy: A process that separated the inner planets' composition into different chemical layers is called differentiation.



User: The earth is the _____ planet from the Sun, which is just the right distance for life to utilize the Sun's power and energy. first second third fourth

Weegy: its the 3rd planet from the sun.
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User: The earth-moon relationship is unique in many ways. It is the largest moon in the solar system relative to its host planet. The relative size between the earth and moon are so close, some refer to it as a ________ planet system. binary host lunar

Weegy: The relative size between the earth and moon are so close, some refer to it as a binary planet system.
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User: If the earth's relationship to the Sun were any different, life on Earth may not have been possible. True False

Weegy: differentiation
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User: If the earth's relationship to the Sun were any different, life on Earth may not have been possible. True False

Weegy: True
Expert answered|joelsamuya|Points 10|

User: Earth's size and composition led to volcanic activity, which, in turn, had a major impact on Earth's _____. moon orbit atmosphere rotation

Weegy: My apology, I cant provide any data.. I will transfer you to another expert
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User: Earth's size and composition led to volcanic activity, which, in turn, had a major impact on Earth's _____. moon orbit atmosphere rotation

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