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The size of the earth is just right. If it were any bigger, it's _______would be greater, which may have retained a hydrogen-filled atmosphere rather than the oxygen-rich atmosphere we have today.
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The size of the earth is just right. If it were any bigger, it's would be greater, which may have retained a hydrogen-filled atmosphere rather than the oxygen-rich atmosphere we have today.
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Plants absorb water from the soil to live and grow. This is an example of ________of the biosphere, hydrosphere, and lithosphere.
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The continents at one time were one supercontinent called ________ This supercontinent was surrounded by an ocean called _________
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The continents at one time were one supercontinent called PANGAEA. This supercontinent was surrounded by an ocean called PANTHALASSA.

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Earth's geochemical and biogeochemical cycles are important because they tend to maintain a balance of Earth's materials. TRUE OR FALSE
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The first seismic waves to reach seismograph stations move in a push-and-pull motion. They are called _____.
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The first seismic waves to reach seismograph stations move in a push-and-pull motion. They are called Primary waves.
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