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Which of the following is a method used to obtain the relative age of a rock or fossil? Answer Original horizontality Isotope calculations Radiometric dating Radioactive decay rates

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    radiometric dating.

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    How did you get your answer?

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    i have read something about palaeobotany before and to the best of my recollection, this one is general name for the techniques used to measure the age of rocks, fossils etc. but i don't know much detail to make me able to explain more about it. sorry for the short explanation.

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    Thank you very much

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    radiometric dating

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    thats wrong

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