Science 7R - HW Check

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most plants grow best in soil that contains large amounts of sand????


or humus

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    Not sand.

    How many plants grow on a sandy beach or in a desert?

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    the choices

    a) clay
    b) humus
    c) water
    d) sand

    it cannot be a because that doesn't make any sense and my answer is wrong so it's not d. I'm assuming it's c, right?

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    Come, on, Laruen!

    Is water really soil?

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    never mind!

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    i got it covered

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