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What is the definition of energy? A)heat from the sun B)it can be anything and everywhere C)food and water D)the ability to do work
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The definition of energy is the ability to do work.
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what biogeochemical cycle that cycles material by weathering, erosion, tectonic activity, and the food chain
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The Phosphorus cycle is the biogeochemical cycle that cycles material by weathering, erosion, tectonic activity, and the food chain
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The main consequence of the many cycles of Earth, such as the life cycle, biogeochemical, and geochemical cycles, is _____. keeping the earth running and moving keeping us alive maintaining a balance or equilibrium on Earth adding and removing Earth materials and chemicals
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The main consequence of the many cycles of Earth, such as the life cycle, biogeochemical, and geochemical cycles, is maintaining a balance or equilibrium on Earth.

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What is syncline?
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Syncline is a trough or fold of stratified rock in which the strata slope upward from the axis.
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syncline
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In structural geology, a syncline is a fold with younger layers closer to the center of the structure.
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