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Some rocks look different than others because _______.
a) density b) process of formation c) different minerals d) both 2 and 3
___________ is how much matter is in an object.
a) temperature b) density c) mass d) volume
Erosion is when sediments are _________.
a) compaction b) moved c) gravity d) rained
the hardest mineral on Earth is ________.
a) talc b) gold c) iron d) diamond
Igneous rocks are formed from the cooling of _____ and ______.
a) dirt and soil b) bugs and skin c) magma and lava d) oatmeal and raisins
_________ is how shiny or dull a mineral is.
a) luster b) cleavage c) fracture d) hardness
Sedimentary rocks are formed from the _____ and _____ of sediments.
a) breaks and splintering b) heat and pressure c) cementation and compaction d) holding and polishing
Granite is called an ________ Igneous rock because it cools off underground.
a) water b) intrusive c) extrusive d) erosion
Metamorphic rocks are formed by intense ______ and ______.
a) holding and polishing b) cementation and compaction c) heat and pressure d) magma and lava
Scientist classify rocks by their process of ______.
a) melted b) formation c) colored d) luster
Rocks are a composition of ___________.
a) air b) mixtures c) minerals d) solids
______ occures when sediments are dropped off after erosion.
a) mineral b) deposition c) weathering d) erosion
______ is how closely packed particles are inside of something.
a) mass b) exfoliation c) volume d) density
Pyrite is a mineral that is commonly known as _______.
a) fools gold b) mercury c) granite d) lead
Often the ______ of a mineral is different thatn the color you see.
a) luster b) color c) streak d) hardness
Quartzite was metamorphosed from ________.
a) Shale b) Marble c) Sandstone d) Granite
Slate was metamorphosed from ________.
a) Shale b) Marble c) Sandstone d) Granite
Gneiss was metamorphosed from ________.
a) Shale b) Marble c) Sandstone d) Granite
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