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Physical and chemical changes occur often in geology. A large piece of granite is smashed into smaller pieces by frost wedging (repeated freezing and thawing of water), and the minerals inside it are changed into clay by acids in the water. What type of change(s) have occurred? Chemical Physical Both physical and chemical Neither physical nor chemical @abhisar I think chemical

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    wait its both physical and chemical

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