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CaptinHATESMATH Group Title

The breaking down of rocks on the earths surface is called?

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  1. ilovenyc Group Title
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    It is called weathering. Erosion is the weathering and movement of rocks and rock fragments.

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    Lets put this in another section..lets see which one.

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    Maybe there is an Earth Science thing around here somewhere

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    is called weathering. Erosion is the weathering and movement of rocks and rock fragments.

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  5. CaptinHATESMATH Group Title
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    Dont worry its just a random question to push out the time.

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  6. CaptinHATESMATH Group Title
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    And thank you?

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    @ilovenyc you googled it just like me on wiki

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  8. karatechopper Group Title
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    Well, if its that to push out time, then please don't spam. :)

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  9. CaptinHATESMATH Group Title
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    No spam, hehe. Actual Question ;)

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    Then lets put it in an appropriate place.

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    disintegration

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  12. ilovenyc Group Title
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    @HELP!!!! actaully no i didn't that what i know. because we did this sort of stuff in class

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