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Mark Dee Prof Date Class FIGURE A 1, 3: 1) Figure 8.9: From youngest to oldest: F,R,B,K,N,S,A,J,D,M,O,H,C,L,G,P,E Figure 8.10: From youngest to oldest: G,H,I,R,A,B,C,D,L,F,E,M,S,K,J 3) Figure 8.11: From youngest to oldest: J,S,N,K,D,X,E,O,A,H,M,R,B,C,G,P,F Figure 8.12: From youngest to oldest: R,N,D,H,P,A,F,T,L,G,J,Z,S,B,E,K,X,M,O,C,V PART B 4-6: 4) a) It appears to be a flexicalymene because of its hook shapes, there’s also what appears to be chonetes. This would make the fossil below younger, and the rocks overall relative age somewhere in the Devonian period. b) Flexicalymene’s absolute age would be in the middle of the Ordovician period and the Silurian periods. This is because chonetes appears right after flexicalymene, and they appear in the same rock bed. 5) a) The relative age should be fairly old, as there’s phacops and mucrospirifer embedded in the rock. This rocks relative age, however, is undeterminable, as there are no other indications of which came first, since both fossils overlap in
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