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What is erosion


eroision is when waves hit the rocks by the shore because of the moons gravitational pull waves occur, and the rocks erode forming sand.


what 2 plus 2


4


6 duh


TWO PLUS TWO IS FOUR! DO IT ON A CALCULATOR! DO NOT PUT OVIOUIS QUESTIONS ON THIS PAGE YOU ARE INTERFERRING WITH THE LEARNING PROCESS OF OTHER STUDENTS KINDLY REQUESTING AID!


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