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JAIDENGYMNASTIC:

Which of the following is a true statement? Erosion due to wind-blown sand is a process of chemical weathering. Erosion due to wind-blown sand is a process of mechanical weathering. Erosion due to wind-blown sand is a process of geological weathering. Erosion due to wind-blown sand is a process of biological weathering.

JAIDENGYMNASTIC:

@Shadow can i getc some help

Shadow:

Which one are you thinking?

JAIDENGYMNASTIC:

i thought it was the second one

Shadow:

Yeah apparently geological doesn't exist as a type of weathering. Biological is basically plants/animals, and chemical is effectively oxidation or acidification, and mechanical is when processes like temperature are at play. I would say wind isn't a chemical, and definitely aligns more with heat as a means of erosion than with an animal.

JAIDENGYMNASTIC:

ahhhh yes ok

JAIDENGYMNASTIC:

so it is the second one ?

JAIDENGYMNASTIC:

hmm?

JAIDENGYMNASTIC:

im just turned it in and it said that i got it corect i got a 80 thankssssss

Shadow:

Cool

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