jessie13
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Will Medal Answer ASAP!! The deposition, or placing, of eroded material is called: weathering sedimentation regolith soil profile 2: Sand is made from: granite clay quartz feldspar 3: Which of the following is an example of chemical weathering? water breaking rocks plant roots splitting rocks acid dissolving limestone wind breaking down rock
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dranz10
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1. Sedimentation https://quizlet.com/61072235/general-science-unit-3-quiz-2-flash-cards/ 2. The most common component of sand is silicon dioxide in the form of quartz. The Earth's landmasses are made up of rocks and minerals, including quartz, feldspar and mica. Weathering processes — such as wind, rain and freezing/thawing cycles — break down these rocks and minerals into smaller grains. 3.Chemical weathering is what happens when rocks are broken down and chemically altered. Learn about the different types of chemical weathering, including hydrolysis, oxidation, carbonation, acid rain and acids produced by lichens.
dranz10
  • dranz10
Hope this helps! :)
jessie13
  • jessie13
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dranz10
  • dranz10
Your welcome! :)
jessie13
  • jessie13
for the third one i dont get it!
jessie13
  • jessie13
@dranz10
jessie13
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@dranz10
dranz10
  • dranz10
@jessie13
jessie13
  • jessie13
what do u mean it leaves 3?
dranz10
  • dranz10
We had these options. 3: Which of the following is an example of chemical weathering? water breaking rocks plant roots splitting rocks acid dissolving limestone wind breaking down rock Now that we know it only breaks down rocks through hydrolysis, oxidation, carbonation, acid rain and acids produced by lichens. 3: Which of the following is an example of chemical weathering? water breaking rocks plant roots splitting rocks acid dissolving limestone wind breaking down rock The most obvious one we can eliminate is plant roots splitting the rocks because that has nothing to do with hydrolysis, oxidation, carbonation, acid rain and acids.
dranz10
  • dranz10
So, we end up with... 3: Which of the following is an example of chemical weathering? water breaking rocks acid dissolving limestone wind breaking down rock
jessie13
  • jessie13
okay so i think its either a or d?
dranz10
  • dranz10
Well not quite, we know water or wind has nothing to do with hydrolysis, oxidation, carbonation, acid rain and acids. So NOW we finally know that the answer is Acid which make sense because here it says: the different types of chemical weathering, including hydrolysis, oxidation, carbonation, ACID RAIN and ACID produced by lichens. Do you get what i'm saying or are you totally confused?
dranz10
  • dranz10
So, the answer is acid dissolving limestone @jessie13
jessie13
  • jessie13
oh okay thanks!!!!!
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thanks i got 100%!
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Your welcome!! :D feel free to ask me any more questions you have anytime!
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okay i will!!!!!

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