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ShadowQueen13
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What is the age of an intrusion of igneous rock in relation to the sedimentary rock layers through which it passes? always older always younger sometimes younger, sometimes older the same age as the other rock layers

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Alhawkins

The right answer for the question that is being asked and shown above is that: "the same age as the other rock layers." the age of an intrusion of igneous rock in relation to the sedimentary rock layers through which it passes is that the same age as the other rock layers

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