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Geologists resolved the apparent polar wandering paradox by concluding that
  a. each continent had its own magnetic pole during successive geological periods.
  b. the magnetic poles for each continent had moved over geological time.
  c. the magnetic poles have remained in one location and each of the continents has
  moved.
  d. both the poles and the continents have moved over time.
  e. none of the above

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