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In which of the following would you expect to find fossils?
a) sedimentary rock b) metamorphic rock c) igneous rock d) marble
How would you change metamophic rock to igneous rock?
a) lot of heat b) weathering and erosion c) lots of pressure; little heat d) layers; little pressure
How would you change sedimentary rock into sediments?
a) weathing and erosion b) lots of pressure; little heat c) lots of heat d) layers; little pressure
How would you change sediments into metamorphic rock?
a) weathering and erosion b) lots of pressure; little heat c) lots of heat d) layers; little pressure
Which of the following is not one of the three major types of rocks?
a) Marble b) Igneous c) Sedimentary d) Metamorphic
Which type of rock would you most likely find near a volcano?
a) igneous b) metamorphic c) sedimentary d) sandstone
Which type of rock would you most likely find in a river that has a little pressure?
a) sedimentary b) metamorphic c) igneous d) minerals
Which type of rock would you expect to be found under the ocean where there is lots of pressure?
a) metamorphic b) igneous c) sedimentary d) sediments
Which type of rock has two types, fast cooling and slow cooling?
a) igneous b) metamorphic c) sediments d) sedimentary
The breakdown of rock into smaller pieces by movement, rain, snow, etc. is called
a) weathering and erosion b) metamorphic c) sediments d) igneous
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