Compared to the process of extracting lithium from mineral deposits, the process of extracting lithium from evaporation ponds requires _____ water, _______ money, and ______ time

My options: more, less, the same amount.
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3the same amount of

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  1. I just wanted to say that the first blank is 1 the second one is 2 and the third one is 3 just Incase anyone didn’t understand.

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  2. 1: more, less, more
    2: advantage, advantage and disadvantage, disadvantage
    3: risk of injuries from heavy equipment risk of lung disease, like silicosis
    4: luster
    5: to restore environmental vitality to land degraded from mining
    6: Surface mining causes more destruction of land ecosystems than underground mining.Both surface mining and underground mining risk causing severe water pollution.
    7: The area will experience a downturn once all of the available resources are mined.The area will experience a short-term economic boom.
    8:open pit, placer, open pit and underground
    9: aluminum
    10: increase

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  3. Coryxkenshin is correct thank

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  4. Thank u Cory !!! He is right

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