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Q: How does the use of nonrenewable resources compare to the use of renewable resources? a. The use of renewable resources is potentially more harmful to the environment than the use of nonrenewable
resources. b. The use of renewable resources is more common and widespread than the use of nonrenewable resources. c. The overuse of renewable resources can lead to problems similar to those associated with the use of nonrenewable resources. d. Renewable resource use is more problematic than the use of nonrenewable resource use.
A: b. The use of renewable resources is more common and widespread than the use of nonrenewable resources Gas and oil are nonrenewable resources required for running some rides. A renewable resource would be water. [ Water can be used in lots of places in amusement parks. Water can be used on rides. The water can be used to make a ride well actually run. It can also be used to make a ride more
exciting. Splash Mountain at Disney's Magic Kingdom is a ride where you probably are not going to come off dry. It is a very exciting yet wet flume ride. ]
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User: Which of the following would not be considered a renewable resource? a. oxygen b. natural gas c. freshwater d. trees

User: How does the use of nonrenewable resources compare to the use of renewable resources? a. The use of renewable resources is potentially more harmful to the environment than the use of nonrenewable resources. b. The use of renewable resources is more common and widespread than the use of nonrenewable resources. c. The overuse of renewable resources can lead to problems similar to those associated with the use of nonrenewable resources. d. Renewable resource use is more problematic than the use of nonrenewable resource use.

Weegy: b. The use of renewable resources is more common and widespread than the use of nonrenewable resources Gas and oil are nonrenewable resources required for running some rides. A renewable resource would be water. [ Water can be used in lots of places in amusement parks. Water can be used on rides. The water can be used to make a ride well actually run. It can also be used to make a ride more exciting. Splash Mountain at Disney's Magic Kingdom is a ride where you probably are not going to come off dry. It is a very exciting yet wet flume ride. ]
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