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What evidence indicates that the interior of the moon is layered? A) The shape of the moon’s orbit around the Earth B) The composition of moon rocks C) The moon’s weak gravity D) The detection of moonquakes
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User: What evidence indicates that the interior of the moon is layered? A) The shape of the moon’s orbit around the Earth B) The composition of moon rocks C) The moon’s weak gravity D) The detection of moonquakes

Weegy: The evidence that indicates that the interior of the moon is layered is: The composition of moon rocks.
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User: The moon is comprised largely of A) the same material that comprises Earth. B) material from Earth’s silica rich mantle. C) material from Earth’s dense, metallic core. D) material from meteors.

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The moon is comprised largely of the same material that comprises Earth.
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