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What would most likely happen if the amount of carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere were severely decreased? A. Plants would grow at an increased rate. B. Ice would cover most of the planet.
C. The number of hurricanes and tornadoes would increase. D. The air pressure would drop dramatically worldwide.
B. Ice would cover most of the planet.
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When horizontal layers are found resting on tilted layers, what can be said about the tilted layers? Select all that apply. A. They formed after the tilting occurred. B. They formed before the tilting occurred. C. They are older than the layers resting on them. D. They are younger than the horizontal layers resting on them.
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When horizontal rock layers are found resting on tilted layers, the tilted layers must have formed before the tilting occurred, and they must be older than the layers resting on them.

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