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The most accepted theory about the origin of Earth is that it formed by a process called planetary _____. differentiation accretion condensation mixing
The most accepted theory about the origin of the earth is that it was formed by a process called planetary migration.
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User: The most accepted theory about the origin of Earth is that it formed by a process called planetary _____. differentiation accretion condensation mixing

Weegy: The most accepted theory about the origin of the earth is that it was formed by a process called planetary migration.
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User: The most accepted theory about the origin of Earth is that it formed by a process called planetary _____. a: differentiation b: accretion c: condensation d: mixing

Weegy: a: differentiation
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User: Most planets have _____ but none has a _____ like Earth does. a biosphere; hydrosphere an atmosphere; cryosphere an atmosphere; hydrosphere a hydrosphere; lithosphere

Weegy: atmosphere; hydrosphere
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