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Why aren’t rates of erosion used to date geographical features over one million years old? A) rates of erosion may vary greatly over a million years B) rates of erosion are constant only for about 20,000 years C) erosion ceases over a million years D) rates of erosion are constant over a million years
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User: Why aren’t rates of erosion used to date geographical features over one million years old? A) rates of erosion may vary greatly over a million years B) rates of erosion are constant only for about 20,000 years C) erosion ceases over a million years D) rates of erosion are constant over a million years

Weegy: B) rates of erosion are constant only for about 20,000 years
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User: Studying rates of erosion can help __________ of geologic features formed within the past 10,000 to 20,000 years. A) pinpoint the exact absolute age B) estimate relative age C) estimate absolute age D) pinpoint the exact relative age

Weegy: D) pinpoint the exact relative age
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User: __________ can be calculated by scientists to estimate absolute age. A) The rate of river flows B) The rate of crosscutting relationships C) The rate of varve counts D) The rate of sediment deposition

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Rate of sediment deposition can be calculated by scientists to estimate absolute age.
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