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What is mechanical weathering? a.the process of rocks being broken down into smaller stones or pebbles b.the process of rocks being broken down by rain or snow c.the process of rocks changing in their chemical composition d.the process of rocks piling up to create larger rocks
Mechanical weathering is: the process of rocks being broken down into smaller stones or pebbles.
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Mechanical weathering is: the process of rocks being broken down into smaller stones or pebbles.
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