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Q: Surface currents are driven by A.wind B.density C.salinity D.temperature
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User: Does the moon cause tides?

User: The water table does what? A.rises during periods of drought B.is the top of the saturated zone C.falls during periods of heavy rain D.always stays in the same place

User: Surface currents are driven by A.wind B.density C.salinity D.temperature

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User: Water _____. A.has a pH value of 10 B.is made of helium and oxygen C.becomes less dense when it freezes D.is unable to dissolve most substances

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Water C. becomes less dense when it freezes.
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Is water made of helium and oxygen? User: Water have a PH value of 10. A. true B. false User: Water becomes less dense when it freezes. A. true B. false?
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TRUE. Water becomes less dense when it freezes.
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FALSE. Water is made of two hydrogen atoms attached to an oxygen atom.
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The evaporation process in the water cycle is caused by _____. A.the ocean B.the wind C.the Sun D.the earth
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The evaporation process in the water cycle is caused by C. the SUN. [smile]
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