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Q: The earth's four main spheres continuously interact to support life and balance Earth's materials. When plants absorb carbon dioxide for photosynthesis, it is an example of _____ and _____ sphere
interaction.
A: a long time in how the Earth's geochemical cycles are coupled to the thermal and tectonic [ ]
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User: The earth's four main spheres continuously interact to support life and balance Earth's materials. When plants absorb carbon dioxide for photosynthesis, it is an example of _____ and _____ sphere interaction.

Weegy: a long time in how the Earth's geochemical cycles are coupled to the thermal and tectonic [ ]
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User: The earth's four main spheres continuously interact to support life and balance Earth's materials. When plants absorb carbon dioxide for photosynthesis, it is an example of _____ and _____ sphere interaction. biosphere, lithosphere biosphere, atmosphere hydrosphere, lithosphere cryosphere, lithosphere

Weegy: b
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User: ___ are essential to recycling life materials because without them matter would pile up rather than recycle.

Weegy: nitrogen and carbon
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User: A)Producers B)Primary consumers C)Secondary consumers D)Decomposers are essential to recycling life materials because without them matter would pile up rather than recycle

Weegy: D decomposers are essential to recycling life materials because without them matter would pile up.
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User: The earth has biogeochemical cycles that recycle life materials and are essential to the _____. biosphere hydrosphere lithosphere cryosphere

Weegy: a
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User: In the hydrologic cycle, water evaporates into the atmosphere. It then condenses and falls to the ground as precipitation. How can the water return to the atmosphere?

Weegy: The atmosphere is the gas surrounding the ground that goes up until you reach space. Water nevers enters or leaves the earth. There is always a set amount of water on Earth. [ If theres very hot weather and all the oceans dry up, the water will eventually come back as rain. ]
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User: In the hydrologic cycle, water evaporates into the atmosphere. It then condenses and falls to the ground as precipitation. How can the water return to the atmosphere? A)condensation or transpiration B)transpiration or precipitation C)evaporation or transpiration D)transpiration or nitrogen fixation

Weegy: c
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User: The tectonic and rock cycles recycle the lithosphere. The tectonic cycle includes the processes of seafloor spreading, subduction, and mantle convection. The rock cycle includes the processes of _____.

Weegy: erosion. The rock cycle includes the formation, breakdown, and reformation of a rock as a result of sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic processes.
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User: The earth's geochemical cycles are the _____ and _____.

Weegy: life cycle
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User: The earth's geochemical cycles are the A)rock B)nitrogen C)water D)energy and A)water B)tectonic C)phosphorus D)carbon.

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