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A geologist finds rocks with dinosaur fossils. What is most likely the approximate age of the rocks?
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5 billon years old
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What event marks the end of both the Paleozoic Era and Mesozoic Era? A. a mass extinction of plants and animals B. the breakup of a supercontinent C. the appearance of birds D. the ice age
Weegy: D. the ice age marks the end of both the Paleozoic Era and Mesozoic Era. ............ (More)
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According to uniformitarianism, which statement is true? A. Weathering, erosion, and uplift occur at the same rates. B. Weathering, erosion, and uplift occur at the same rates now as they did in the past. C. Weathering, erosion, and uplift occur slower now than in the past. D. Weathering, erosion, and uplift occur faster now than in the past/
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karategril2002, please answer once because there is only one question,and do not answer with just a single letter, answer in complete sentence that restate the question and provide a source to verify its accuracy.

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i said d because rocks form and erode at the same means
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What is uniformitarianism?
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Uniformitarianism is the assumption that the same natural laws and processes that operate in the universe now have always operated in the universe in the past and apply everywhere in the universe.

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