Which Is the Smallest Division of Geologic Time?

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The smallest division of geologic time is an epoch. An epoch is a subdivision of a period which is the second smallest geologic time. The largest division of geologic time is an eon.
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Epoch.
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Answers to work sheet. 1. Eon, Era, Period, Epoch, Age. 2. It is NOT the Paleozoic Era, I put that and got it wrong… you will have to figure that one out. 3. Earth's oldest
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The largest defined unit of time is the supereon.
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