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Globular clusters have been estimated to be about __________ years old. A. 100 million B. 11 million C. 11 billion D. 2 billion
Globular clusters have been estimated to be about 11 BILLION years old.
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Globular clusters have been estimated to be about 11 BILLION years old.
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