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The major environmental issues in Central America, South America, and the Caribbean include all the following except _____. forest management negative population growth pollution water shortages
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What factors contribute to deforestation in Central America, South America, and the Caribbean? A.volcanoes. B.land ownership regulations. C.flooding. D.economic growth. E.agricultural expansion.
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A box weighing 18 N requires a force of 6.0 N to drag it at a constant rate. What is the coefficient of sliding friction?
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