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How do non-living things grow? User: good
Weegy: That is good. Did you have a question? User: can you say that way I can write it? Weegy: For the most part, they don't. You can have some special cases, though, like mineral deposition. Stalactites grow in caves, because of water dripping from the ceiling in a specific spot. With every drop, a tiny bit of minerals is left behind. [ Repeat over hundreds of years, and a stalactite will grow. Stars can grow, too. Normally, a star fuses hydrogen into helium at its core. When a star gets old and begins to run out of hydrogen in the core, it begins to fuse hydrogen in its outer layers. This causes the star to grow into a red giant - it doesn't actually put on mass, but it decreases in density, expanding outwards. Our sun will probably begin to grow like this in about 5 billion years. So, except for a few special cases, non-living things tend not to grow. ] User: i'm not asking about a star i'm asking how do non-living things grow? (More)
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it's okay but is fire a living thing?
Weegy: Fire is a non living thing. ***Fire uses energy and reproduces, [ but that does not mean it is living. *Living things MUST exhibit all of the characteristics.: *Living things are made of cells. *Living things obtain and use energy. *Living things move. *Living things grow and develop. *Living things reproduce. *Living things respond and may adapt to their environment. ] (More)
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what is a parent?
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A parent - is a caretaker of the offspring in their own species. In humans, a parent is of a child (where "child" refers to offspring, not necessarily age).

Biological parents consist of the male who sired the child and the female who gave birth to the child. In all human societies, the biological mother and father are both responsible for raising their young. However, some parents may not be biologically related to their children.

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