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Q: Under what environmental conditions does the sedimentary rock halite form?(Points : 3) precipitation of minerals from solution cementation of pebbles from a stream lithification
of glacial deposits lithification of wind-blown sand
A: "precipitation of minerals from solution" are the environmental conditions under which the sedimentary rock halite forms.
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User: Under what environmental conditions does the sedimentary rock halite form?(Points : 3) precipitation of minerals from solution cementation of pebbles from a stream lithification of glacial deposits lithification of wind-blown sand

Weegy: cementation of pebbles from a stream
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