BS110 Exam 1 clicker questions

BS110 Exam 1 clicker questions - common fossil overall •...

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1. Which is likely to be the most common fossil overall? A. Fossilized worms (not worm burrows) B. Fossil trilobites from 300 million years ago C. T. rex D. fossil clam shells from 5 mya
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2. Which is a fossil? A. Which is a fossil? B. an insect preserved in amber C. a mammoth preserved in ice D. an animal's imprint preserved in rock E. all the above
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3. Fill in the chart for 5 half-lives… A. mass = 1/32, # yr = 22,800 B. mass = 1/16, # yr = 28,500 C. mass = 1/32, # yr = 28,500
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1. Which is likely to be the most
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Unformatted text preview: common fossil overall? • A. Fossilized worms (not worm burrows) • B. Fossil trilobites from 300 million years ago • C. T. rex • D. fossil clam shells from 5 mya 2. Which is a fossil? • A. Which is a fossil? • B. an insect preserved in amber • C. a mammoth preserved in ice • D. an animal's imprint preserved in rock • E. all the above 3. Fill in the chart for 5 half-lives… • A. mass = 1/32, # yr = 22,800 • B. mass = 1/16, # yr = 28,500 • C. mass = 1/32, # yr = 28,500...
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