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How does a renewable resource differ from a nonrenewable resource? A. A nonrenewable resource is in limited amounts that can't be recreated. B. A renewable resource can be used only in developed countries. C. A nonrenewable resource is being used faster than it can be made. D. A renewable resource doesn't depend on abiotic factors for energy.
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