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The Moon is made up of minerals similar to those on Earth, which are A. highlands. B. rilles. C. lunar breccias. D. silicates.
The Moon is made up of minerals similar to those on Earth, which are D. SILICATES.
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User: The Moon is made up of minerals similar to those on Earth, which are A. highlands. B. rilles. C. lunar breccias. D. silicates.

Weegy: C. lunar breccias is made of minerals similar to those on Earth [ ]
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The Moon is made up of minerals similar to those on Earth, which are D. SILICATES.
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