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Which concept of relative dating refers to the process of matching similar fossils from different locations? A. correlation B. law of cross cutting C. uniformitarianism D. law of inclusion

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  1. Which concept of relative dating refers to the process of matching similar fossils from different locations?
    ANSWER - A) correlation
    Definition: A mutual relationship or connection between two or more things.

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  2. the answers to the quick check are,
    1) A-correlation
    2) B-They both indicate that intruding objects are older
    3) C-Both areas were covered by seawater at some time
    4) A-law of superposition

    Hope this helps you :-)

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  3. The Person above me is right o>o

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  4. To anyone who is still (somehow) struggling, the answers below are correct:
    A) Correlation
    B) Intruding objects are older
    C) Both areas were covered by seawater at some time
    D) Law of superposition

    The credit of the emoji person 1 rows above me
    Hope this helps

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  5. thankyou homework helper and emoji person

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  6. Can y’all help me with this one?

    Which statement best describes the main difference between the law of inclusion and a lot of cross cutting in the relative dating of rocks and fossils?

    Interesting objects are younger in the lot of inclusion

    Bottom layers of rock are older only in a lot of cross cutting

    Bottom layers of rock or younger only in the law of cross cutting

    Interesting objects are older in law of inclusion

    Plz help fast!

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  7. The real awnsers for Connexus is ABCC

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  8. homework helper is right don't listen to callme_death

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  9. i just cant believe ppl are trying to make others fail QwQ

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  10. **2021 connections academy How Old is the Grand Canyon? Quick Check**
    1.correlation (A)
    2.intruding objects are older in the law of inclusion. (C)
    3.Both areas were covered by seawater at some time. (A)
    4.law of superposition (C)
    ur welcome :>

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  11. Anonymous furry is right:0). Everybody needs help every now and then! Please don’t rejoice in others failures!!! You will reap what you do kids!

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  12. But.. there's five questions, not four..

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  13. 1 correlation
    2 objects are older
    3 both areas were coverd in sea water at some time
    4 turtles
    5 only organisms that lived in the ocean fossilized

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  14. 1 correlation
    2 objects are older
    3 both areas were coverd in sea water at some time
    4 ocean fossilized
    5 fossil isation are rare
    Sorry put the wrong anwser

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  15. 1) A-correlation
    2) B-They both indicate that intruding objects are older
    3) C-Both areas were covered by seawater at some time
    4) A-law of superposition
    Still correct for Connexus

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  16. there both wrong i put in anikis answers and got a 2/4 (50%) so thanks.

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  17. they're*

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  18. 1.correlation (A)
    2.intruding objects are older in the law of inclusion. (C)
    3.Both areas were covered by seawater at some time. (A)
    4.law of superposition (C)
    I hope you get a 4/4 :D

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  19. 1. Correlation
    2. Intruding objects are older in the law of inclusion.
    3. Both areas were covered by seawater at some time.
    4. Law of superposition

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  20. Nobody is correct the answers are
    A
    B
    C
    A
    thy are not in write order so make sure you have the write answer

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  21. they change every time so really you can be correct so just say the number a answer sentence.

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  22. The a was suppose to be and. sorry

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  23. New Unit 7 Lesson 2 Assessment Answers:

    1.) Which concept of relative dating refers to the process of matching similar fossils from different locations?
    ANSWER:
    B = Correlation

    2.) Which describes the difference between the law of inclusion and the law of crosscutting in relative dating of rocks and fossils?
    ANSWER:
    B = Intruding objects are older in the law of inclusion.

    3.) Use this sentence: A scientist finds fossils of the same marine animal in two distant locations.
    Which conclusion statement is correct?
    ANSWER:
    C = Both areas were covered by seawater at some time.

    4.) Which law describes a layer of the Grand Canyon that is older than the layer above it?
    ANSWER:
    D = Law of superposition

    I got 4/4! Hope this helps!

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  24. @Balzaq is correct. I got 100% or some can say I got 4/4. :D
    These answers are for connexus students for the assessment in the Unit 7 Lesson 2. :D

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  25. True

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  26. but do not use the letters, they are switched around for every student sooo...

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  27. Balzaq is rite! if ur in connexus ur gonna get a 4/4😀

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  28. @Your Welcome is right! Idk why somebody would be reading this comment but idc.

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  29. thanks for getting me 1/4

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  30. Homework help is right.

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  31. Wth is happening 🤣

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  32. Your Welcome Guys

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  33. heres all the answers for 2021

    1. Correlation
    2. Intruding objects are older in the law of inclusion.
    3. Both areas were covered by seawater at some time.
    4. law of superposition

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  34. ty

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  35. I GOT EVEERYTHING RIGHT WOOHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOHHOHOHOHHHHOHOHOOHOHOHOHOHOHOHHOOHOGHOOHOOHOHOOHHOHOHOHOOHOOHOOHOHOHOHOHOHOOHOOHOOHOOHOHOHHOOHOOHOHOOHOHOOOHOHOHHOHOOOHHOOHOOHOHOOHOHOHOH

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  36. get rickrolled

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  37. shut up @rickrolled you are

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  38. @thedonotshake says the one who was screaming like a

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  39. I D I O T

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  40. 1. Correlation
    2. Intruding objects are older in the law of inclusion
    3. Both areas were covered by seawater at some time
    4. It had deserts in the past
    5. Bottom layers are older then top layers, and this provides a way to determine the relative age of rocks

    Your welcome 😁

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  41. tears

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