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Q: The part of a soil profile that is made up of partly weathered rock is the: a)bedrock B)subsoil C)regolith D)topsoil
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User: Rock that piles up at the foot of a cliff forms a regolith slope. True or False

User: Unweathered rock that underlies soil is subsoil. True or False

User: Clay minerals result from the weathering of feldspar and mica. True or False

User: One result of the water table reaching the surface is a lake. True or False

User: The maximum depth of the continental shelf is 200 kilometers. True or False

User: The part of a soil profile that is made up of partly weathered rock is the: a)bedrock B)subsoil C)regolith D)topsoil

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User: Sedimentation is least likely to occur: A)on a mountainside b)in a lake c)on a sandbar D)in a sand dune

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Rock that piles up at the foot of a cliff forms a regolith slope. FALSE.

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Clay minerals result from the weathering of feldspar and mica.TRUE.

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One result of the water table reaching the surface is a lake. TRUE.

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The maximum depth of the continental shelf is 200 kilometers. FALSE.

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The part of a soil profile that is made up of partly weathered rock is the regolith.

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Sedimentation is least likely to occur on a mountainside.
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