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What does nonrenewable resources mean? A. the resource can be grown again or reproduced B. the resource can be renewed by replacing it with another resource C. the resource can not be renewed for millions of years
Nonrenewable resources means: the resource can not be renewed for millions of years.
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Nonrenewable resources means: the resource can not be renewed for millions of years.
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