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Points Awarded13Points Missed1Percentage93%The next four (4) questions refer to the diagram above. This diagram shows a geologic cross-section of some rocks, such as you might see in a cliff. The tree is growing on top of the modern surface. Rock layers A,B, C, D, E, and F are sedimentary; E contains mud cracks and fossil footprints as shown. G is igneous rock that hardened from hot, melted rock. H, I and J are faults, and K and L areunconformities. Sedimentary rocks are right-side-up unless there is some indication given to show
something else. Referring to the rocks you see here ......1.Which is the second-oldest sedimentary rock layer?PointsEarned:1/1YourResponse:B2.Which is the oldest fault:PointsEarned:1/1CorrectAnswer:BYourResponse:B
3.Which is older:PointsEarned:1/1CorrectAnswer:EYourResponse:E4.Which is younger:A.Rock layer A.B.Unconformity K.C.Fault J.D.Rock layer B.E.The tree.The tree is growing on intrusion G, which can be shown to be younger than all of the others. Correct Answer:EYour Response:EPoints Earned:1/15.Which is accurate about the history of the Grand Canyon: