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Remind yourself of the definitions of chemical weathering and physical weatherin
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Remind yourself of the definitions of chemical weathering and physical weatherin
Remind yourself of the definitions of chemical weathering and physical weathering (physical weathering is the same as mechanical weathering). Look for an example of chemical or physical weathering around your house or at work, etc. This should be an everyday item, not necessarily a rock, though it could be. For example, if you have a granite counter top that is weathered (though highly unlikely given that when they are indoors they rarely weather), you could post a picture of that. What I am looking for is some everyday object, not a rock outside! Take a picture of yourself with the item ("you" can just be your hand if you would rather) and post it with an explanation of your picture. Do NOT say if it is chemical or physical/mechanical weathering. (SEE MY PHOTO ADDED) Once you have posted, look at the postings of your fellow students and reply to one stating if their picture represents chemical or physical/mechanical weathering (or both). Please choose a post to reply to that has NOT yet had a reply posted. Spelling and grammar count, so be sure to proofread your post and replies. An excellent post does the following: contains a clear picture of "you" and the item showing some form of weathering includes a description of your picture contains a reply to another student's post following the directions above NOTE> I will add one post from a student that you need to respond to as well. This is after you give me your first draft and I will post it. I cannot answer my fellow student post until I make my own post first.

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