# science help pls pls

A student designed an experiment to demonstrate the interaction between Earth systems. The steps of the experiment are given below.

*Take a pot full of dry soil.
*Keep the pot in direct sunlight.
*Do not water the soil for a week.
*Observe cracks in the soil after a week.
The student’s experiment demonstrates the

interactions between the geosphere and hydrosphere during a tornado

interactions between the atmosphere and geosphere during a drought

interactions between the hydrosphere and atmosphere during a hurricane

interactions between the hydrosphere and cryosphere during a thunderstorm

I think its B pls pls help

1. B is right.

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