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Breaking a rock into smaller pieces by natural causes is known as A. erosion. B. the rock cycle. C. chemical weathering. D. mechanical weathering.
Breaking a rock into smaller pieces by natural causes is known as mechanical weathering.
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Breaking a rock into smaller pieces by natural causes is known as mechanical weathering.
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