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It definatly would take longer than a week, but it does really depend on the environmental conditions.
This depends. Shredded and mixed with water and manure, it will be gone in a matter of months. But a sheet of paper in a landfill lasts for years.
It depends on the environment (e.g., temperature, amount of sunshine, humidity, etc), but it would not take longer than a week under normal conditions.
If the paper is in the landfill, newspapers can still be read after 40 years (!), but if its just in the ground, it will just be a matter of years because of rain, bugs, etc.
hello everyone (i accidently put my answer up there) it was quite interesting to read your answers but i am a scientist and i know the correct answer is 3yrs and seven months. thankyou and read the rest above this message on "hi" 's comment
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