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    When Jane visits a beach, she notices a sea stack has formed offshore. Which of the following best describes what caused the sea stack to form? Erosion hollowed out the rock in a seaside cliff. Deposition moved sand from the beach into an offshore pile. A large number of shells were carried out to sea by the waves. Water levels rose until the sea completely surrounded a rocky section of beach.

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    1. jorge3o5
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      @mahmit2012 can you help me?

    2. Ashja
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      "A stack is a geological landform consisting of a steep and often vertical column or columns of rock in the sea near a coast, isolated by erosion." The best choice seems like it'd be A.

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