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Q: The first step in surface coal mining is: A. to use heavy equipment to take core samples B. to test and see if quarrying would be more effective C.
to remove and set aside the soil that covers the area to be mined D. to make cuts in the coal for easier removal
A: The first step in surface coal mining is: to remove and set aside the soil that covers the area to be mined.
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The first step in surface coal mining is: to remove and set aside the soil that covers the area to be mined.


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