Although there is no unique interpretation of a given set of gravity data, there are many cases in which quantitative interpretation is decidedly worthwhile. This is especially true in cases where the gravity data are supplemented by a certain amount of geological data, or where the gravity anomaly is of such a shape that the range of possible solutions can be rather closely limited. Three examples are given of interpretations of actual data.

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