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  • one year ago

If a leaf is fossilized, it would most likely form what type of fossil? petrified fossil imprint fossil trace fossil amber fossil

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  1. anonymous
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    @jagr2713

  2. jagr2713
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    Seems like your getting everyone answer correct :/ dont really think you need my anymore

  3. anonymous
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    c?

  4. anonymous
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    yes i still need ur help :)

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    c?

  6. jagr2713
    • one year ago
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    Correct but igtg i am busy atm

  7. anonymous
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    wait plz can u answer these last 5 pleaseee

  8. anonymous
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    @jagr2713 plzzzz? :)

  9. jagr2713
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    5 more ok

  10. anonymous
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    thank you! but I'm just going to post them here so its faster :)

  11. anonymous
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    How can we use rocks to determine how an area used to look in the past?

  12. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    and theres no multiple choice for these so u have to answer it with ur own words :)

  13. anonymous
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    ok go! :) How can we use rocks to determine how an area used to look in the past?

  14. jagr2713
    • one year ago
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    OMg sorry i have to go do somethings that due in the next 15min.. sorry lets me ak @pooja195 she can help

  15. anonymous
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    ok :)

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    @pooja195

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    @iambatman

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  19. anonymous
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    Rocks have layers. Layers can tell the timeline of events that have happened in the past. Scientists also do this with ice front Antarctica. They drill a long cylinder from the iceberg, and look at the layers.

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