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Which source of ocean floor sediment consists of the remains of living organisms? A) rocks and dust from space B) continental rocks and dust C) biogenic sediments D) chemical sediment
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User: Which source of ocean floor sediment consists of the remains of living organisms? A) rocks and dust from space B) continental rocks and dust C) biogenic sediments D) chemical sediment

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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.

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.

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