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Physical weathering- Breaks down rock into smaller and smaller pieces. It is done by changes in temperature and by rainfall freezing and thawing in rock cracks.

Chemical weathering- Causes rock to decay and disintegrate. It's largely done by slightly acidic rainfall seeping into porous rock.

Biological weathering- The roots of plants, especially trees, growing in cracks in the rocks which gradually


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