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In comparing an oak tree with a maple tree, you can correctly say that A. unlike oak roots, maple roots often invade water lines. B. oak is often used to make ships, while maple is often used for furniture. C. both maple and oak trees lose their leaves in the fall. D. acorns are good to eat, while maple seeds aren't.

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    A. This rarely happens, but both can invade water lines. B. Oak is used for both. So is maple. C. is true; they are both deciduous trees. D. is true for only squirrels and other acorn eaters.

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