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Frost wedging occurs when water seeps into a crack in a rock, freezes, and causes the crack in the rock to widen.
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User: Frost wedging occurs when water seeps into a crack in a rock, freezes, and causes the crack in the rock to widen.

Weegy: Frost wedging occurs when water seeps into a crack in a rock, freezes, and causes the crack in the rock to widen. TRUE.



User: Holds the solar system together by attracting all planets to orbit the central Sun

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