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https://media.glynlyon.com/o_esc_2013/4/graphic_geologicmap_project.gif 1:What type of map is this? 2:Are there any faults on the map? If so, what types? 3:What types of rock are found in this area? 4:Which rock formation is the oldest? Which is the youngest? 5:Are there any fold axis lines? 6:Looking at the upper-central area of the map, what do the numbers 32 and 34 indicate? 7:Which type of rock has the thickest deposits? 8:Which is the thinnest? 9:Briefly describe other features on the map.

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Okay, I saw your request in the chat box. I am in ninth grade and I had the option to do Physical Science or Earth science and I chose physical, but I'll try to help you. BTW, I don't think you should post your question here...
where then
like where should i post my question

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Sorry, my OpenStudy went crazy on me - I'm back. You should try biology. There's also geography, since this is based on a map, too.
I am just telling you because I tried to ask the Ambassadors something on here and they told me I shouldnt ask here, even though I was asking them!
Anyways, I cannot see anything that I can help you with - sorry. I also don't know anyone that can help you. I have let you down. o(╥﹏╥)o
All Geology questions go in Geography. Oh, and sneak a look at this: http://commons.wvc.edu/rdawes/basics/mapkey.html

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