89 pts. Name Here. Relative Dating Computer Lab Assignment. Rock Cycle quiz…. Click This Link. Screenshot score here…. If you get an 8 or higher you are good A 6 or higher and you may pass your test Friday..
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Screenshot score here….
If you get an 8 or higher you are good
A 6 or higher and you may pass your test Friday..
A 5 or below and you should restudy your rock cycle stuff before the big test friday
1. Look up the definition of uniform in an online dictionary…what does it mean
This rock was formed when it cooled underwater
Using the principle of Uniformitarianism … describe what the earth must have been like 3.5 billion years ago if all rocks looked like
3. Describe here
338Law of Superposition
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Screenshot quia game here after getting 100% on it
Screenshot the layers of rocks here…from the animation… label the picture oldest, youngest with the arrows and with the boxes provided below
According to the Law of Superposition which of the letters pointing to the youngest, the oldest, and the layer that was laid down in between
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Screenshot your finished answers here!
According to the Principle of Cross-Cutting Relationships which of the letters pointing to the youngest, the oldest, and the layer that was laid down in between
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Screenshot Answers Here when done!
Provide a picture that represents original horizontality page 338
Place the screenshot of the game here after matching all terms correctly
. An angular unconformity
2. A nonconformity
Watch the Animation
And use boxes and arrows to label the picture
The youngest Rock
. An eroded surface
A metamorphic rock
. An inclusion of magma
The oldest Rock
2. A fault