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Chapter 10

Science Ch.10 quiz review

What are fossils? preserved remains or trace of living things
Where are fossils mostly found? sedimentary rocks
What are the 6 types of fossils? molds, casts, petrified fossils, carbon films, trace fossils, and preserved remains
What do fossils tell us? The world has changed
What is the difference between absolute dating and relative dating? absolute - exact age relative - age of a fossil is based on the rock when they see layers; they see years
What is relative dating? dating a fossil based on the layer of the rock it is in
what is absolute dating? how fast it takes for an atom to decay will determine how old it is
Created by: lbarrett99