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Which geologic principle is the reason rock layers typically form parallel to each other? Cross-cutting relationships Original horizontality Superposition Unconformities

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Are you in Earth Science?? I just did this lesson in the beginning of the year :) I'm postive it's not the law of cross-cutting relationships. However, I'm torn between Original horizonality and superposition.
I'm leaning more toward Steno's law of Original horizonality. I wish I could tell you more :(
Thanks :)

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Its original horizonality to anyone whos curious (:

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