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Q: Ocean tides result largely from the gravitational attraction of the A. sun. B. core of Earth. C. closest neighboring planets. D. moon.
A: D. moon
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User: Ocean tides result largely from the gravitational attraction of the A. sun. B. core of Earth. C. closest neighboring planets. D. moon.

Weegy: D. moon
bandita2011|Points 353|

User: Which processes carve shoreline features? A. erosion and abrasion B. deposition and sedimentation C. transportation and condensation D. abrasion and evaporation

Weegy: The answer is: A. erosion and abrasion.
sharpies|Points 8556|

User: How does refraction cause wave crests to move when the waves approach the shore? A. at right angles to the shore B. about 80 degrees in relation to the shore C. nearly parallel to the shoreline D. about 45 degrees in relation to the shore

Weegy: C) nearly parallel to the shoreline refraction cause wave crests to move when the waves approach the shore.
jher000|Points 7720|

User: Longshore currents move sediment as they A. move parallel to the shore. B. run along the ocean bottom. C. pound against coastal headlands. D. flow in circular patterns in ocean basins.

Weegy: A. move parallel to the shore.
Polio123|Points 357|

User: Where do baymouth bars form across bays? A. where there is no longshore current nearby B. where strong currents move in and out daily C. where sea stacks stand on both sides of the entrance D. where currents are weak

Weegy: B. where strong currents move in and out daily
jeifunk|Points 7507|

User: What is a structure built parallel to the shore that shields the coast from breaking waves? A. groin B. seawall C. wave barrier D. tombolo

Weegy: B. seawall
cha97mw|Points 1146|

User: Most of Earth’s dry air is made up of A. carbon dioxide and oxygen. B. nitrogen and argon. C. nitrogen and oxygen. D. oxygen and argon.



Weegy: Most of Earth’s dry air is made up of C. nitrogen and oxygen.
Expert answered|chinggay_0118|Points 529|



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