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Chapter 57 / Exercise 9
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Geology Midterm Review 1. Which could not be dated using Carbon-14 dating: a. Wood b. Paper c. Ice age mummies d. Charcoal from campfires of early humans e. Dinosaur eggs
2. The sun is primarily composed of these gases:
3. The age of Mammals was during this era:
4. Which of the following is not a terrestrial place:
5. Fossils of organisms with hard parts (shells) appeared about this long ago: a. 6000 years b. 6 million years c. 60 million years d. 600 million years e. 6 billion years
6. The asteroid belt lies mainly between the orbits of these two planets:
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7. According to the Scientific Method, a well-tested and widely accepted view that scientists agree best explains a series of observations is a:
8. The dominant gas in the Earth’s atmosphere is:
9. The Theory or hypothesis for the origin of the SOLAR SYSTEM is the: a. Nebular hypothesis b. Theory of stellar divination c. Milankovitch theory d. Big Bang Theory e. Doctrine of Catastrophism
10. Which of the following lists divisions of geologic time in order from largest to smallest?
11. Fossils occur in a definite, consistent vertical order. This is known as the:
12. A half-life is:
13. The oldest rocks in Georgia come from the central part of the state and were formed ______. a. In the Cambrian, about 500 million years ago b. In the Proterozoic, about 1 billion years ago. c. Soon after the formation of the Earth, about 4 billion years ago d. In the Mesozoic, about 200 million years ago

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