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Ocean floor sediments are generally thinnest A) closest to sea mounts. B) closest to the mid-ocean ridges. C) farthest from sea mounts. D) farthest from the mid-ocean ridges
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User: Ocean floor sediments are generally thinnest A) closest to sea mounts. B) closest to the mid-ocean ridges. C) farthest from sea mounts. D) farthest from the mid-ocean ridges

Weegy: Ocean floor sediments are generally thinnest closest to the mid-ocean ridges.





User: Which source of ocean floor sediment consists of minerals that precipitate from the ocean water? A) rocks and dust from space B) continental rocks and dust C) biogenic sediments D) chemical sediment

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Continental rocks and dust are the source of ocean floor sediment consisting of minerals that precipitate from the ocean water.
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