True or False:

A is conglomerate.

B is limestone.

F is shale.

I is sandstone.

H is igneous.

H is slate.

E is quartzite.

C is marble.

G is igneous.

G is a sill.

G is a lava flow.

D is a sill.

D is older than B.

G is younger than F.

G and H are the same age.

C and E are the same age.

The relative age of A and D may be determined.

The geologic structure above P is an anticline.

Just to the right of Q is a syncline. R is a joint.

R is a reverse fault.

N and V are the same age.

The oldest sedimentary rock shown is P.

The oldest sedimentary rock shown is T.

The oldest rock shown is S.

O is younger than Q.

O is younger than I.

Q is younger than I.

S is a laccolith.

S is a stock or batholith.

Q is a sill.

O is a dike.

The erosion is younger than the folding.

M and T are the same age.

J is a fault.

J is an unconformity.

S is older than T.

The youngest rock is positively A.

S could be younger than A.

O could be younger than A.

G could be younger than A.

Answers: T, T, F, F, F/T, T, T, T, F/T, T, F, F, T/T, F, T, T, F/F, T, F, T, F/F,T ,T, F, T/F, T, T, F, F/T, F, F, T, T, F.

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