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which is the most metal-rich terrestrial planet?
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User: which is the most metal-rich terrestrial planet?

Weegy: Mercury is the most metal-rich terrestrial planet.
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User: Oceans cover more of the Earth's surface than land.1)true 2)false

Weegy: Oceans cover more of the Earth's surface than land. True.
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User: All planets in the solar system have at least one moon. 1)true 2)false

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All planets in the solar system have at least one moon. FALSE. Mercury and Venus have no moons.
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Which planet other than the Earth has visible water ice on it? 1) Jupiter 2) Venus 3) Mercury 4) Mars 5) the Moon.
Weegy: Mars is the planet other than the Earth which has visible water ice on it. User: Which is not a characteristic of the inner planets? 1)they all have substantial atmospheres. 2)they have very few, if any satellites. 3)their orbits are relatively closely spaced. 4)they all have solid,rocky surfaces. 5)they are relatively smaller than the outer planets. (More)
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They all have substantial atmospheres. -is not a characteristic of the inner planets.
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All comets orbit the sun in the same direction as the planets.1) true 2) false.
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All comets orbit the Sun in the same direction as the planets. False.
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the lens in your eye forms an upside-down image of the world.1)true 2)false
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The lens in your eye forms an upside-down image of the world. TRUE.

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