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Which of Earth’s spheres contains most of its mass?
A. atmosphere
B. hydrosphere
C. geosphere
D. biosphere

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  1. I'll be glad to check your answer.

  2. is it c

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  3. Yes, the geosphere

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  5. Introduction to planet earth unit test
    1 C
    2 B
    3 B
    4 A,B
    5 C
    6 A
    7 D
    8 D
    9 B
    10 C
    11 D
    12 A
    13 D
    14 C
    15 B
    16 A
    17 C
    18 False
    19 A,C
    20 and 21 able to be answered off of google

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  6. Introduction to planet earth unit test
    1 C
    2 B
    3 B
    4 A,B
    5 C
    6 A
    7 D
    8 D
    9 B
    10 C
    11 D
    12 A
    13 D
    14 C
    15 B
    16 A
    17 C
    18 False
    19 A,C
    20 and 21 able to be answered off of google

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  7. OMG thank you thank me 18r i got 100%!

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  9. thanks yous verys muchs thank me l8r u %100 right
    and here are the typing questions copy then paste into the test:

    20. The gravitational attraction to the moon causes the Earth's oceans to bulge out in the direction of the moon. Another bulge occurs on the opposite side, since the Earth itself is pulled towards the moon (and away from the water on the far side). Since the Earth rotates, this happens twice a day. These are tides.

    21. 1. lunar eclipse can only occur at Full Moon, and only if the Moon passes through some portion of Earth's shadow. This can occur only when the sun, Earth, and moon are aligned

    2.A solar eclipse can only take place at the phase of new moon, A solar eclipse occurs when the moon gets between Earth and the sun, and the moon casts a shadow over Earth.

    3. Solar eclipses outnumber lunar eclipses, BUT when you include "penumbral lunar eclipses", the number of solar and lunar eclipses is almost the same, with lunar eclipses slightly outnumbering solar eclipses. 

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  10. /\ don't, make your own answers for those. if you use those your teacher may be able to track that your using answers from this site.

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  11. thx 18r

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  12. If they do track you down next time just get some answer wrong and change up the answers a little.

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  13. people shouldn't get answers wrong on purpose!

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  14. Thanks.

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  15. Thanks I'm I smart kid for helping with those writing questions at the end. Usually, no one types the answers for those.

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