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User: Living organisms do not play a role in the water cycle. Please select the best answer from the choices provided T F

Weegy: Living organisms do not play a role in the water cycle. FALSE.

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User: After population growth, what does the United Nations believe will be the greatest future global problem? a. lack of usable freshwater b. lack of arable land c. excessive levels of air pollution d. excessive water pollution

Weegy: After population growth, the United Nations believe will be the greatest future global problem is: lack of usable freshwater.



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