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The inner core of the Earth reaches temperatures more than 6,000°C, yet it is a solid and not a liquid. Which choice best explains why? A. Its materials melt faster than those of the outer core. B. Very high pressure from the layers above causes the core to be solid. C. Liquids cannot form when the layer contains iron. D. Very high temperatures in the layers above cause the core to be solid. I think b i will give medal and fan

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  1. anonymous
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    @amistre64 @dan815 @Hero @iambatman @sweetburger @vera_ewing @ChantySquirrel1129** @Mehek14 plz help

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    B is correct

  3. anonymous
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    how can u explain?

  4. Mehek14
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    because high pressure keeps it solid

  5. anonymous
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    thx

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