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Which is not another name for radiometric dating?
a) Absolute dating
b) relative dating
c) Radioactive
d) all of these are names for radiometric dating

Which fossil dating method gives an estimate of when the fossil was created?
a) Radiometric
b) Relative
c) Both
d) None

Which fossil dating method deals with an isotopes half-life?
a) Radiometric
b) Relative
c) Both
d) none

Which fossil dating method compares fossil layers to an index fossil?
a) Radiometeric
b) Relative
c) Both
d) None

Which fossil dating method requires modern technology?
a) Radiometric
b) Relative
c) Both
d) none

Which fossil dating method can provide a exact date for the age of the fossil?
a) Radiometric
b) Relative
c) Both
d) none

Which fossil dating method requires observing the location in which the fossil was found
a) Radiometric
b) Relative
c) Both
d) none

Which fossil dating method uses stratified bands of rock (rock layers)?
a) Radiometric
b) Relative
c) Both
d) None

Which fossil dating method uses carbon 14 isotopes?
a) Radiometric
b) Relative
c) Both
d) none

After every major extinction, new and extinct organisms produce hybrid offspring, creating a new species
a) True
b) False
c)
d)

The evolution of beak sizes in birds is a response to ow the birds use their beaks for the food available.
a) True
b) False
c)
d)

Homologous structures probably continued across successive generations because they were predestined in the species
a) True
b) False
c)
d)

After every major extinction, new species of organisms are able to reproduce and populate the earth
a) True
b) False
c)
d)

Life on earth has changed rapidly
a) True
b) False; life has changed slowly
c)
d)

Individuals can evolve.
a) True
b) False, Population can evolve.
c)
d)

Biological evolution is a change in __________________frequency.
a) fossil
b) allele
c) Natural selection
d) relative

Survival of the fittest is another way of describing
a) fossil records
b) Lamarck's ideas
c) natural selection
d) morphology

This type of dating is considered more reliable
a) Radiometric/Radioactive
b) Relative
c) Both
d) None

Characteristics used in cladograms are called
a) derived characteristics
b) homologous structures
c) analogous structures
d) morphology

Asexual reproduction with few mutations would most likely indicated the _________________ potential for evolutionary change in a population.
a) highest
b) lowest
c)
d)

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