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Why do leaves tend to be flat.choices a.so that water can easily be absorbed and carried to the rest of the plant. B.so that sunlight can easily penetrate to the leafs photosynthetic tissues. C.so that nutrients can easily enter the plant and be be used for structure and support. D.so that plants can easily find balance due to the symmetrical nature of their branches

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