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can any1 answer these 2 fill in the blank questions plzzzz:

1. at the beginning the earth was __________ molten whereas the moon was ________ molten. This was because the earth is ________ than the moon.

2. Thanks to measurements on __________ rocks we have been able to find out that the earth is around _________ years old.

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    1. There are several theries for how the moon formed. Earth was here first. Read about the theories here:
    http://starchild.gsfc.nasa.gov/docs/StarChild/questions/question38.html
    The "Giant Impactor" theory is currently most favored.

    I am not sure how the theory fits your fill-in blanks, or what "beginning" they are talking about. Perhaps they have a different theory in mind. I would choose <partly, completely, larger>

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