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What is caused by the chemical weathering that leads to the breakdown of rocks? A. ice wedging B. thermal expansion C. exfoliation D. rusting E. abrasion
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User: What is caused by the chemical weathering that leads to the breakdown of rocks? A. ice wedging B. thermal expansion C. exfoliation D. rusting E. abrasion

Weegy: D.
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User: What causes the mechanical weathering of rocks and soil? A. oxidation B. gravity C. water D. water with acids E. acids from living things

Weegy: C. water Mechanical or physical weathering involves the breakdown of rocks and soils through direct contact with atmospheric conditions, such as heat, water, ice and pressure.
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User: In 1958 a large earthquake in Alaska produced a tsunami. What was the approximate height of the tsunami? A. 35 meters B. 57 meters C. 140 meters D. 520 meters E. 630 meters

Weegy: In 1958 a large earthquake in Alaska produced a tsunami. The approximate height of the tsunami was D. 520 meters.
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