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9. What's a stalactite? A. Poisonous mass found in caves that is formed by polluted water B. Large mound of dirt created by erosion C. Mound-shaped stone shaped by weathering D. Dripstone produced by a buildup of minerals precipitated from groundwater
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User: 9. What's a stalactite? A. Poisonous mass found in caves that is formed by polluted water B. Large mound of dirt created by erosion C. Mound-shaped stone shaped by weathering D. Dripstone produced by a buildup of minerals precipitated from groundwater

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User: 10. Dissolution and precipitation of _______ are the main processes that form limestone caves. A. clay B. salt water C. calcite D. sandstone

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Dissolution and precipitation of calcite are the main processes that form limestone caves.
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