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tammy16

  • 2 years ago

Why is potable water an issue in areas of overpopulation? A. In areas of overpopulation there is not sufficient infrastructure to provide clean drinking water. B. In areas of overpopulation there is too much industry which uses up the drinking water. C. In areas of overpopulation, potable water shortages are not an issue because the government provides this service. D. In areas of overpopulation people must use public water sources and this limits its availability.

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  1. DylanJC
    • 2 years ago
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    I would say B. Why are you learning this stuff in biology?

  2. tammy16
    • 2 years ago
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    The population of Earth is approximately: A. 100 million B. 1 billion C. 6 billion D. 20 billion

  3. DylanJC
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    Of Humans? Well it is approx 7 Billion now.. So the closest is 6 billion.

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