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An imprint is a carbonized impression of __________. A) a leaf B) a flower C) a fish D) any of the above
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User: An imprint is a carbonized impression of __________. A) a leaf B) a flower C) a fish D) any of the above

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User: Measuring the rate at which a stream erodes its bed __________. A) helps determine how fast the stream is running B) tells scientists how much sediment is in the stream bed C) is a method used to estimate the stream’s absolute age D) is a method used to estimate the stream’s relative age

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Measuring the rate at which a stream erodes its bed is a method used to estimate the stream’s absolute age.
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