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Some of the Earth's rocks are formed by the cooling of a molten material called
a) lime. b) coal. c) ore. d) magma.
Cleavage of a mineral is related to a mineral's
a) chemical composition. b) streak color. c) luster. d) crystalline structure.
Extrusive rocks are formed by
a) magma cooling on Earth's surface. b) pressures inside Earth. c) the attraction of magnetic particles. d) tidal deposits of sediment
When an igneous rock is changed by the action of heat and pressure it becomes
a) granite. . b) limestone c) a metamorphic rock. d) a sedimentary rock
WWhich would be least helpful to scientists trying to find evidence that the Earth is very old?
a) observing fossils b) measuring radioactivity in rocks c) examining continental drift d) recording animal migration
Compared to rocks in the Earth's crust, rocks in the mantle are more
a) dense. b) mineral-rich. c) granular. d) porous.
Rocks are affected by heat and pressure. One source of this pressure is
a) energy from the Sun. b) burning of fossil fuels. c) the weight and pressure of overlying rock layers. d) the decomposition
The formation of metamorphic rocks depends on all the following EXCEPT
a) the compositon of the parent rock b) the Earth's magnetic field c) temperature d) pressure
Which kind of rock is fromed when volcanic lava cools?
a) sedimentary b) metamorphich c) igneous d) magma
Which is not part of the definition of a mineral?
a) organic b) solid c) definite chemical composition d) naturally occurring
Igneous rocks form from
a) sediment. b) mud. c) gravel. d) magma.
The density is highest in the Earth's
a) crust. b) upper mantle. c) lower mantle. d) core.
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