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Asked by palak08singhal | 14th Jan, 2021, 09:21: AM
Soil is formed by breaking down of rocks by the action of wind, water and climate. The bigger pieces of rocks get converted into small pieces of soil.
Answered by Shiwani Sawant | 14th Jan, 2021, 10:11: AM
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