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Which of the following is not a characteristic that geologists use to identify minerals? A. Softness B. Streak C. Fracture D. Color
D. Softness is not a characteristic that geologists use to identify minerals.
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User: Which of the following is not a characteristic that geologists use to identify minerals? A. Softness B. Streak C. Fracture D. Color

Weegy: D. Softness is not a characteristic that geologists use to identify minerals.
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User: What are the two most common minerals located in Earth's crust? A. Diamonds and gold B. Salt and saline C. Feldspar and quartz D. Iron and copper

Weegy: What are the two most common minerals located in Earth's crust? A. Diamonds and gold B. Iron and copper C. Feldspar and quartz D. Salt and saline - Answer is C. [ Feldspar & Quartz -Oxygen and Silicon are the two most common ELEMENTS in the Earth's crust. These two elements bond to create silicates, which are the most abundant GROUP OF MINERALS in the Earth's crust. But the most common single mineral in the crust is Quartz and as a group feldspar. ]
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Weegy: Kryptonite is not an example of a mineral crystal shape because is a fictional element from the Superman mythos, originating in the Superman radio show series.
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