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Copper is an example of a(n) A. consumption resource. B. nonrenewable resource. C. renewable resource. D. gemstone
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User: Copper is an example of a(n) A. consumption resource. B. nonrenewable resource. C. renewable resource. D. gemstone

Weegy: Copper is an example of a nonrenewable resource.
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User: A major consequence of ozone depletion is that A. more harmful UV rays will reach the earth's surface. B. certain parts of the earth will become over-vegetated. C. acid rain will increase. D. solar energy will become ineffective

Weegy: A major consequence of ozone depletion is that more harmful UV rays will reach the earth's surface.
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