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How does an igneous rock form?
a) Heat and pressure b) Sediment c) the cooling of magma d) erotion
A roch that is formed from fragments of other rocks is a
a) Metamorphic rock b) extrusive rock c) sedimentary rock d) igneous rock
An igneous rock containing large crystals is most likely a
a) a chemical rock b) Foliated Rock c) an extrusive rock d) intrusive rock
A sedimentary rock formed from pieces of other rocks is called
a) Organic b) chemical c) clastic d) compacted
A metamorphic rock in which the grains line up in parallel bands is a
a) clastic b) nonclastic c) nonfoliated d) foliated
In the rock cycle, the process by which an igneous rock changes to a sedimentary rock must begin with
a) cementation b) deposition c) erosion d) compaction
If heat and pressure inside the Earth cause rock to melt, the material that formed would be
a) Metamorphis rock b) Magma c) sedimentary rock d) Igneous Rock
How can metamorphic rock change into sedmentary rock
a) Erotion and deposition b) melting and crystalization c) heat and pressure d) all of the above
What does the word metamorphic mean?
a) solid b) shape c) Luster d) change form
Which one is NOT a way that geologists observe rocks?
a) Mineral composition b) Streak c) Texture d) Color
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