third grade science

what are two jobs of soil?
1 nurients
2 ?


keeps the plant in place.


my daughter has to write a question about the table that can be answered with one of the choices below. Mark answer and tell why it is correct.

SURFACE CAR W/WHEELS
INCLINED PLANE a 3n
INCLINED PLANE B 2N
INCLINED PLANE C 1N

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