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A fault is always __________ than the rock layers it cuts through according to the law of crosscutting relationships. A) heavier B) younger C) more colorful D) older
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User: A fault is always __________ than the rock layers it cuts through according to the law of crosscutting relationships. A) heavier B) younger C) more colorful D) older

Weegy: C
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User: Which of the following is a clue to the original position of rock layers when using relative dating methods? A) orientation of preserved ripple marks B) shape of bedding planes C) size of particles in the rock layers D) all of the above

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User: Which of these rock layers is the oldest according to the law of superposition? A) the layer just under the surface layer B) the layer closest to Earth’s core C) the layer closest to Earth’s surface D) both b and c are correct

Weegy: D
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User: Which of the following is a clue to the original position of rock layers when using relative dating methods? A) orientation of preserved ripple marks B) shape of bedding planes C) size of particles in the rock layers D) all of the above

Weegy: the correct one is D
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User: What is the age of an object in relation to the ages of other objects? A) relational age B) absolute age C) relative age D) comparative age

Weegy: B
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The age of an object in relation to the ages of other objects is: relative age.

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