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Avalanches happen in a series of stages. First, while the temperature is cold and there is a heavy snowfall, the snow will stick to the ground. Suppose that what happens next is that the air temperature changes after the snow has fallen. Then, a layer of the snow may weaken. Next, suppose that a skier lands on the weakened snow. The snow may then slide away from the ground in pieces or slabs. As slabs head downhill, their gravity is greater then the snow underneath. They may slide down a steep slope, creating a major avalanche.
According to the passage, which phrase describes the second stage of avalanche?
A. The temperature is cold
B. As the slabs head downhill
C. The air temperature changes
D. A layer of the snow may weaken
Is it C?
Thanks!

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    Yes

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    Yes. C is right.

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    Thank you!

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    Answers for Language Arts 8 A, Unit 3: Facts and Visions Unit Test!
    I got 100% on it, and I wouldn't lie about this!! Trust me. You'll get a good grade aftewards.
    1. B
    2. D
    3. B
    4. C
    5. B
    6. C
    7. A
    8. A
    9. A
    8. A
    9. A
    10. D
    11. C
    12. A
    13. A
    14. B
    15. B
    16. B

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    Sayaka Miki, are you sure about those answers.... some of them are stupid and obviously wrong...?

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    I don't think I trust your answers. I'm not sure if they are 100% correct.

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    Sayaka Miki is correct except for three of their answers.
    8. C
    11. B
    16. D

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    Sayaka. You're correct except 8. c and 11 is B 16 I saw correct

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    14 11 8 4 are incorrect

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    It's a test, the answers are different every time.

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    soooooooo whats the answers I'm asking for a friend

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    Why is it that c is the correct answer? Wouldnt it be b? The last phrase it mentions is "the slabs head downhill"

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