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    No worries, I hope you have a good time
    I will for sure
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    (Original post by Leviathan1741)
    Good mineral knowledge guys This one is a bit more difficult as I will be picky

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    What is the age of the Earth most widely accepted to be?


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    Good mineral knowledge guys This one is a bit more difficult as I will be picky

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    What is the age of the Earth most widely accepted to be?


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    Igneous Sedimentary, Metamorphic
    Diamond

    4.54 billion years
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    So glad I visited Our Dynamic Earth (a science museum thing about the Earth) recently!
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    2500 million years old
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    4.5 Billion years
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    4.5 billion years old
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    230 million years at least. but very old at least

    Edit: gotta love geography
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    4 billion?
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    2017years

    I dunno like 5billion years?
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    4.5bn
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    4.5 bil
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    4.5 billion?
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    Igneous Sedimentary, Metamorphic
    Diamond

    4.54 billion years
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    Some interesting answers there

    This may be a bit easier?

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    Which mineral is the rock limestone primarily composed of?


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    calcium carbonate?
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    calcium
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    Carbonate (calcium) CaCO3
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    Calcite or calcium carbonate
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    CaCO3
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    Lime?
    Calcium
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    calcium carbonate (calcite)
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    (Original post by Leviathan1741)
    sammychu00

    Some interesting answers there

    This may be a bit easier?

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    Which mineral is the rock limestone primarily composed of?



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    Calcium carbonate
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    It's calcium carbonate
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    (Original post by laurawatt)
    calcium carbonate?
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    calcium
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    Carbonate (calcium) CaCO3
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    Calcite or calcium carbonate
    (Original post by MezmorisedPotato)
    CaCO3
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    Lime?
    Calcium
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    calcium carbonate (calcite)
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    calcite
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    Calcium carbonate
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    Calcium Carbonate (CaCO3)
    Impressive I'm going to post the answers at the end by the way :yep:

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    Which yellow mineral is often associated with volcanic activity?
 
 
 
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