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Mr. Goldsmith suggested that animals must capture energy from their environment. An example of this would be _____. is it a rabbit eating grass or a lion running or mice sleeping or a flying squirrel landing on a branch
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The first law of thermodynamics states that _____.
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Earthquakes occur because of plate tectonics.
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The second law of thermodynamics states that _____.
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In its simplest form, the second law of thermodynamics states that the entropy of a closed system never decreases.
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The basic structure of a volcano consists of _____. User: The earth's interior heat and pressure drive mantle convection. This is the power that drives _____, the main force behind earthquake and volcanic activity.
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The basic structure of a volcano consists of a magma chamber, central vent, and crater.
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