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The earth's basins are: slowly rising because of isostasy sinking because of sedimentation growing from the addition of melted rock all of the above
Weegy: The earth's basins are sinking because of: D.all of the above User: Mountain ranges are formed by: plate collision melting of rock in the mantle evaporation of ocean waters buildup of salt and sediment Weegy: Mountain ranges are formed by buildup of salt and sediment . › ... › Science › Earth Sciences › Geology (More)
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Wegener's theory about the continents was: immediately accepted proven to be false never accepted by other scientists initially rejected
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Solve for B. R = x(A + B) B = (R - A)/x B = (A - Rx)/x B = (R - Ax)/x
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3(3x - 1) + 2(3 - x) = 0 
9x - 3 + 6 - 2x = 0
7x + 3 = 0
x = - 3/7
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1 · x - . 0 1 x = x - 0.01x = 0.99x
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