Question: I Need Help On This, Not Sure On What To Do. Help Would Be Much Appreciated

Question: I Need Help On This, Not Sure On What To Do. Help Would Be Much Appreciated

I need help on this, not sure on what to do. Help would bemuch appreciated
1. Calculate the ages for the rocks in the diagram below, given the following radiometric data. This diagram is the one that

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1. Calculate the ages for the rocks in the diagram below, given the following radiometric data. This diagram is the one that you completed a geologic history for in Lab Exercise #3. You can now attach numerical (absolute) ages to several of the events. Go back to that diagram, and combine the relative and absolute age information into a complete geologie history. Write that geologic history adjacent to the diagram. 1) Unit 10 (bone sample) – 9% “c: 91% Age: 19905.02 2) Unit 7 (lava flow) – 96% “K: 4% Ar Age: 2078 billion 3) Dike B-90% 23$U; 10% 207Pb Age: 102.92 million 4) Dike A – 78% 2350; 22%207Pb Age: 154.5 million 5) Granite intrusion – 55% 23SU: 45% 207Pb Age: 612.37 million 6) Schist -61%28U: 39% 206Pb Age: 3-18 billion I Figure 17 2. Complete the radioactive decay curve on the next page, following the instructions given in PART 4. Include your 5 points that you added to your graph. 90% of K remaining (90 = P: 10-D). Age: 75% of “Kremaining (75 P; 25 =D). Age: 35% of “Kremaining (35 =P; 65 = D). Age: 10% of ‘K remaining (10 = P: 90-D). Age: 5% of “Kremaining (5 =P; 95-D). Age: