24) If you look closely, there are a number of small, sharp-rim med, bowl—shaped impact craters in the
ﬁgure on page 11. a) How many craters are visible in this ﬁgure? craters b) Where are they located (circle one of the three choices below)?
i) Mainly on the hummocky terrain ii) Mainly on the plates
iii) Roughly equally on both terrains 25) Feature D in the ﬁgure on page 11 is a canyon, created by the eruption of water along a
ﬁssure/crack, that extends across most of the image, from the upper right to the lower left. Based on cross-cutting relationships, is canyon D a younger or older feature compared to the plates and
hummocky terrain? a) Age of D compared to plates
b) Age of D compared to hummocky terrain 26) Based on the appearance of the two terrains, and you answer to question 24, explain what has
happened in this area. Be sure to use the following terms in your explanation: hum mocky terrain, plates, after, melting, freezing, ridges, impact craters. Hint: You should think about putting events in