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  1. crazyforTWD
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    Which correctly compares how oil and natural gas are formed? A. Oil results from the compressed remains of plant matter, while natural gas is the compressed remains of marine organisms. Both are made due to pressure and heat under buried layers of rock over millions of years. B. Both oil and natural gas are formed from the compressed remains of marine organisms. Oil was made due to pressure and heat under buried layers of rock over millions of years, while natural gas was made by heating the compressed remains from magma underneath. C. Both oil and natural gas are the compressed remains of marine organisms. Both are made due to pressure and heat under buried layers of rock over millions of years. D. Oil results from the compressed remains of marine organisms, while natural gas is the compressed remains of plants. Both are made due to pressure and heat under buried layers of rock over millions of years.

  2. Taylor<3sRin
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    This question should be moved to the Biology section or the Earth science section

  3. crazyforTWD
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    kk thanks

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