What are tilting rock layers?

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Tilting or tilted rock layers are layers of rock whose bedrock has been pushed up making them move. This usually occurs in sedimentary rocks due to folding from compression stress and faults.
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Sedimentary rock forms relatively flat. Youngest always on top of the oldest. Just like a stack of newspapers if you were to accumulate them everyday. Folding from compressional stress
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