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What happens to water in the atmosphere as it rises? a. It evaporates. b. It condenses and forms clouds. c. It combines with other gases in the air. d. It is used up.
What happens to water in the atmosphere as it rises? The answer is letter b. It condenses and forms clouds.
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User: What happens to water in the atmosphere as it rises? a. It evaporates. b. It condenses and forms clouds. c. It combines with other gases in the air. d. It is used up.

Weegy: What happens to water in the atmosphere as it rises? The answer is letter b. It condenses and forms clouds.
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User: Living organisms do not play a role in the water cycle.true or false?

User: Which of the following contributes to nonpoint source pollution in water? a. automobiles b. oil refineries c. paper mills d. water treatment plants

Weegy: B. Oil refineries contributes to nonpoint source pollution in water.
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User: How does capillarity help sustain life? a. Plants use capillarity to move water from their roots to their leaves. b. Capillarity allows water to form droplets. c. Animals rely on capillarity to maintain their body temperatures. d. Water’s capillarity allows many different substances to dissolve in water.

Weegy: How does capillarity help sustain life? c. Animals rely on capillarity to maintain their body temperatures.
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User: How much of the Earth’s water is usable as a freshwater resource? a. 75% b. 3% c. 100% d. 25%

Weegy: b. 3%
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User: What role do aquifers play in the water cycle? a. They store water in the ground. b. They transfer water to the air. c. They are the main source of water on Earth. d. They move water through capillarity.

Weegy: The role that aquifers play in the water cycle is - - a. They store water in the ground.
Expert answered|yumdrea|Points 2919|

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