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Points Awarded 14.00 Points Missed 1.00 Percentage 93.3 % 1. Which is the correct age progression, from older (first) to younger (last)? A) E, F, B, C, D B) B, C, D, E, F C) C, D, E, F, B D) D, E, F, B, C E) F, E, D, C, B Feedback: The package of sediments C, D, E, F is upside-down, as shown by the footprints and mud cracks, so C is oldest, and F the youngest of these. B is above the unconformity above all of C, D, E, and F, so is the youngest of these five. Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0/1.0 Correct Answer(s): C 2. Which is the youngest fault: A) H B) I C) J Feedback: I is cut by J, so I is older than J. And with reference to K, both I and J can be shown to be older than H. Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0/1.0 Correct Answer(s): A 3. Which is older:
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Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 0.0/1.0 Correct Answer(s): E 4. Which is younger: Table for Individual Question Feedback Points Earned: 1.0/1.0 Correct Answer(s): E 5. Which is accurate about the history of the Grand Canyon: layer known from Arizona and surrounding states. wider when the region was wetter, and has narrowed as deserts spread recently. metamorphism of older sedimentary rocks in the heart of a mountain range. footprints being upside-down in the rocks of the canyon walls.
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