Referring to the rocks you see here 1 1 pts Question 1 Which is the second

Referring to the rocks you see here 1 1 pts question

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Referring to the rocks you see here ...... 1 / 1 pts Question 1Which is the second-oldest sedimentary rock layer? B C D Correct!Correct!F E The package of sediments C, D, E, and F is upside-down, as shownby the footprints and mud cracks, so C is the oldest one, and D issecond-oldest. 1 / 1 pts Question 2Which is the youngest fault: Correct! Correct!
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4/1/19, 5 : 47 PM RockOn #10: GEOSC 10 Spring 2019, Merged Page 4 of 17 I J 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. 1 / 1 pts Question 3Which is older:
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4/1/19, 5 : 47 PM RockOn #10: GEOSC 10 Spring 2019, Merged Page 5 of 17 0 / 1 pts Question 4Which is younger: You Answered You Answered 1 / 1 pts Question 5Which is not accurate about the Grand Canyon, in Arizona: The walls of the Canyon include rocks deposited in many differentenvironments.The rock record of the canyon contains many unconformities.
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4/1/19, 5 : 47 PM RockOn #10: GEOSC 10 Spring 2019, Merged Page 6 of 17 The youngest rock layer at the canyon slants downward to the north beneathstill-younger rocks of Zion, Bryce, etc.A great thickness of sedimentary rocks exists in Death-Valley-type faultedbasins, which can be seen deep in the canyon in many places.The oldest rocks are on top, with younger ones beneath, as shown by all ofthe footprints being upside-down in the rocks of the canyon walls.There are some folded rocks in the heart-of-a-mountain-rangemetamorphics at the bottom, but otherwise, everything is right-sideup. All the other possible answers here are correct. Correct! Correct! 1 / 1 ptsQuestion 6The age of the Earth can be estimated in many ways. Which statementbelow is most accurate (remember that uniformitarian calculations involvelooking at the thickness and type of sedimentary rocks, and similar things,but do NOT include radiometric dating or counting of annual layers)? Correct!
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4/1/19, 5 : 47 PM RockOn #10: GEOSC 10 Spring 2019, Merged Page 7 of 17 Uniformitarian calculations show that the Earth is more than about 100 million years old, and radiometric techniques tell us how much older.
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