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Based on the chart, which of these statements is correct? Almost 4/5 of the major types of minerals found in Australia are not found in the United States. Almost 4/5 of the major types of minerals found in the United States are not found in Australia. Almost 50% of the major types of minerals found in the United States are not found in Australia. Almost 50% of the major types of minerals found in Australia are not found in the United States.

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  1. mitchelsewbaran
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  2. ghazi
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    read the statement D again

  3. mitchelsewbaran
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    Almost 50% of the major types of minerals found in Australia are not found in the United States.

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    is that it?

  5. ghazi
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    yes , 50% of major minerals that is found in australia are not found in US

  6. ghazi
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    clear?

  7. mitchelsewbaran
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    yeah. can u help me with 1 more?

  8. ghazi
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    sure

  9. mitchelsewbaran
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    One student uses a flat toothpick as a mining equipment in a cookie mining lab. In your own words, explain how changing mining techniques or tools in a cookie mining lab could have both pros and cons and apply it to the real world.

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