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1. In what type of rocks would geologists most likely find evidence of past life forms? (1 point) igneous rocks metamorphic rocks volcanic rocks sedimentary rocks

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  1. AngelicDragon
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    d

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    definitely sedimentary

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    How Do You know ?

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    my brother just studied this yesterday

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    Oh Okay , Did He Got The Right Answer ?

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    yes. I'm the one who helped him too

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    thank youuu! could you possibly help me with a couple more??

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    sure

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    2. The physical, chemical, and biological laws that operate today have also operated in the geologic past. This statement relates to the principle of ____. (1 point) superposition cross-cutting relationships uniformitarianism correlation

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    uniformitarianism

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    3. In general, the law of superposition states that in an undeformed sequence of sedimentary rocks, each layer is ____. (1 point) basically the same age older than the one above it older than the one below it thicker than the one above it

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    Can I Get Help With A Question Too ?

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    of course

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    um...@CaritaDeAngel

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    the answer is: older than the one above it the reason is that superposition basically states that rock layers are deposited in a certain order. if you look at a sequence of layers, logically, the ones on the bottom are OLDER than the ones above it. this is similar to making a pizza. which layers do you put down FIRST - the sauce or the cheese? the sauce! so the sauce is OLDER than the cheese, which is the layer above it.

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    Yes AngelizDragon ?

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