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Air pollution is a negative effect of using this renewable resource to generate power. (2 points) A) biomass B) geothermal energy C) hydroelectric energy D) solar power
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User: Air pollution is a negative effect of using this renewable resource to generate power. (2 points) A) biomass B) geothermal energy C) hydroelectric energy D) solar power

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