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Why is coal not considered to be a mineral? A. Coal is not inorganic. B. Coal doesn't have a definite chemical composition. C. Coal is a manufactured product. D. Coal can exist in liquid form.
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Coal not considered to be a mineral because coal is NOT inorganic.
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The tendency of a mineral to break along flat surfaces is referred to as A. streak. B. fracture. C. cleavage. D. hardness.
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