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    @Astrophysics

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    Which of the following is an agent of erosion? pressure acid rain heat gravity

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    or heat

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    is it A?

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    i think it is acid rain

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    @Nnesha

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    @confluxepic @Luigi0210 @Astrophysics @satellite73

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    @Astrophysics

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    Which of the following is an agent of erosion? pressure acid rain heat gravity

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    Erosion: water, ice, wind, and gravity. Which one of those is an answer?

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    b

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    If an organism reproduces by fission, we would say it reproduces asexually by meiosis sexually using fertilization

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    For the first one acid rain isnt the same as water. Gravity

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    so whats the answer ? gravity D

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    yes i believe so

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    i thought you said it was b

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    no D

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    @Astrophysics what do you think

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    @acxbox22

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    @CallMeKiki

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