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One group of students designed an experiment to demonstrate the interaction between Earth spheres. The steps of the experiment are listed below. - Place a heap of mud on a glass tray. -Make a hole with a finger in the middle of the heap. -Pour 50 mL vinegar, 20 mL liquid soap, and two drops of red food color into the hole. -Pour 30 mL baking soda solution into the hole. -Observe smoke and red liquid flowing out of the heap of mud.

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The experiment most likely demonstrates the interactions between the atmosphere and biosphere atmosphere and geosphere geosphere and biosphere hydrosphere and geosphere I think its A or B . but im not sure help please ?
thank you :) but im not sure either i still think its a or b? do you anyone who can help us ?

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@DrAmaQueen help please
actually i think its b although i don't have solid evidence, its like they are try to demonstrate a volcanic eruption which involves interaction btw the geosphere(solid matter of the earth) and atmosphere. I am not sure it has much to do with the living things (biosphere)
thats the experiment! good one. @DrAmaQueen
Thank you :) ill see if its right then i will tell you guys :D
Yea you were right! @DrAmaQueen
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