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A person has a condition that makes her bones weak and easily broken. What part of the bone is most likely the cause of this condition? A. Spongy tissue B. Bone marrow C. Compact tissue D. Foramina tissue
A person has a condition that makes her bones weak and easily broken. Compact tissue is most likely the cause of this condition.
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A person has a condition that makes her bones weak and easily broken. Compact tissue is most likely the cause of this condition.

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