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Amber.W

  • 2 years ago

Suppose you have two minerals. One mineral fractures into rough pieces, and a second mineral breaks into pieces with smooth surfaces. What does this indicate?

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  1. Claudilovely
    • 2 years ago
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    Indication #1 This indicates that, by what I'm reading, that the first mineral was probably dropped on the floor, or some type of very hard and deep into the ground surface. While the other mineral, however, was probably cut in half or small pieces on purpose, so they are smooth on purpose. Indication #2 What I'm also think is that. . . . . nope! i've got nothing. Hope the first one helps!

  2. MadisonTheGreat
    • 4 months ago
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    thanks

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