What is the Law of Superposition example?

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Ans: The law of superposition in geology is described by the succession of layers in sedimentary rocks. … The best example of the law of superposition is any of the sedimentary rocks that is not deformed as the sedimentary rocks are formed by the deposition of various minerals and fragments of rocks.

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