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The moon’s average density is about the same as the density of which of the Earth’s layers? a. inner c. outer b. atmospheric d. none of the above
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User: The moon’s average density is about the same as the density of which of the Earth’s layers? a. inner c. outer b. atmospheric d. none of the above

Weegy: The moon's average density is about the same as the density of Earth's outer layers.

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User: The moon is approximately 1/80 the density of the Earth Please select the best answer from the choices provided T F

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