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to Earth's systems, which one of the following statements is accurate for an open system? A.An open system exchanges energy with its surroundings. B.An open system unchanging. C.An open system is unaffected by outside objects. D.The human influence has little effect on an open system.
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The soil with the greatest porosity would have A.round particles of different sizes. B.Angled particles of different sizes. C.angles particles of the same size. D.round particles of the same size.
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