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Which statement about soil color is true? A)Soils vary in color based on their mineral content. B) Soils do not vary in color based on their mineral content. C) Soils consisting of only a few minerals are always darker. D) Soils consisting of many different minerals are always darker.

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is it A?
idk that is why i asked
oh okey......i think so.....mayb sum1else may come4 ur help!

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Yep naf you are right, it is (a) because solid doesn't only have the color black, and why solid is often colored 1 its because of the material that is used, 2 it pretty, 3 in every single color base there is this kind of protection to the flower and where ever the solid is going to be. so I am pretty positive that its a. Good luck!
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