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Scientists believe the scarps on Mercury formed as a result of which process? A. plate tectonics B. volcanic eruptions C. bombardment by asteroids D. shrinking of the planet as it cooled
Scientists believe the scarps on Mercury formed as a result of: shrinking of the planet as it cooled.
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