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Which of the following processes is not involved in wearing away of land forms? A. Chemical weathering B. Erosion C. Physical weathering D. Seafloor spreading

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What type of process is involved when the wind wears away a rock surface? A. Chemical weathering B. Erosion C. Physical weathering D. Mountain building

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