Although there might be some mineral differences due to the difference in source rock, most sedimentary rock deposited year after year look very similar to one another.This means that a quartz sandstone deposited 500 million years ago will look very similar to a quartz sandstone deposited 50 years ago.(light brown) Next, fossil-rich sedimentary rocks were precipitated.
Now, because we've already established that this cake is pure insanity, you're going to cut out a big hole in the middle that pierces all 3 layers and stick in some new feature. This exact same concept can be applied to layers of rock underneath the surface.
We know that we can relatively date layers of rock by knowing that the layers on bottom are older than the layers on top.
He would argue that these forces gave rise to mountains.
The most obvious feature of sedimentary rock is its layering.
By combining knowledge gained using both relative and absolute dating processes geologists have been able to produce the geologic time scale.