anonymous
  • anonymous
Why does fast-moving water lead to greater erosion than slow-moving water? A. It has more energy. B. It evaporates faster. C. The particles it carries are smaller. D. It usually flows in a straight line.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Please help
anonymous
  • anonymous
usually fast-moving water can plow through some cracks and get more particles off the rocks more easily then slow-moving water, thus meaning fast-moving water usually has more energy than slow-moving water
anonymous
  • anonymous
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