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anonymous
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yes
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rock changed by heat and pressure a;Newton b;mantle c;sedimentary d;core e;igneous f;crust g;metamorphic i need help please
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what is the question for the first one and the second one is Metamorphic

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anonymous
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well the correct answer is metamorphic
anonymous
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yes
anonymous
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first to calculate earth's variable diameter a;Newton b;mantle c;sedimentary d;core e;igneous f;crust g;metamorphic i need help please
anonymous
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Newton
anonymous
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interior layer of rock a;Newton b;mantle c;sedimentary d;core e;igneous f;crust g;metamorphic i need help please
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interior layer of rock a;Newton b;mantle c;sedimentary d;core e;igneous f;crust g;metamorphic i need help please
anonymous
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I think its Core
anonymous
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rock cooled from magma ;Newton b;mantle c;sedimentary d;core e;igneous f;crust g;metamorphic i need help please
anonymous
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Igneous rocks are formed from the solidification of magma as it cools
anonymous
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central sphere of iron ;Newton b;mantle c;sedimentary d;core e;igneous f;crust g;metamorphic i need help please
anonymous
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I think some of these questions are being repeated I thought I answered this already
anonymous
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THIS PLEASE
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central sphere of iron ;Newton b;mantle c;sedimentary d;core e;igneous f;crust g;metamorphic i need help please
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ONE MORE FINISHED PLEASE
anonymous
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ok one second
anonymous
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the crust
anonymous
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THANSKS @aussy123
anonymous
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No Problem!!

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