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The sun weathers rocks by _____. dissolving its minerals heating its minerals unevenly chemically reactiong with its minerals melting and freezing its minerals
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Erosion _____. is the same as weathering is always a destructive process happens more quickly in cold climates than in warm ones is the movement of sediment from one location to another
Weegy: Erosion A. is the same as weathering. User: A plant root presses against a rock, causing it to crack. This is an example of _____. chemical weathering biological weathering physical weathering erosion Weegy: This is an example of B.biological weathering . User: Soil formation is most influenced by _____. climate plants wind animals User: Rust on weathered rocks is caused by _____. saltation oxidation hydrolysis abrasion Weegy: oxidation User: Convergent faults ___. can form mountains and volcanoes happen when tectonic plates move away from one another create new oceanic crust through sea-floor spreading happen when tectonic plates stop moving Question #23MultipleSelect Score: Choose all the answers that apply. Soil is made of _____. airwaterorganic materialmineralsweathered rock Question #24TextMultipleChoice Score: Weathering in the Amazon Jungle happens more slowly thanmore quickly thanat the same speed as weathering in the Gobi Desert. Question #25MultipleChoice Score: Hawaii _____. was created by a hotspotis the result of years of seafloor spreadingwas formed from mudslides caused by earthquakesis an example of the destructive power of volcanoes Weegy: Please ask one question at a time. (More)
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The cell cycle consists of two main phases: _____. interphase and M phase G0phase and S phase M phase and S phase interphase and G2phase
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