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Lapilli is an example of what kind of rock?
a) Sedimentary b) Metamorphic c) Igneous d) Sedimorphic
Rock formed underground under high heat and pressure is
a) Metamorphic b) Sedimentary c) Igneous d) Sedimorphic
Squeezing sand, dirt, igneous, and metamorphic rock pieces together over time makes
a) Metamorphic b) Sedimentary c) Igneous d) Sedimorphic
Basalt and Obsidian are examples of
a) Sedimentary Rock b) Metamorphic Rock c) Igneous Rock d) Sedimorphic Rock
Limestone, Sandstone, and Coal are examples of
a) Sedimentary Rock b) Metamorphic Rock c) Igneous Rock d) Sedimorphic Rock
Marble and Slate are
a) Sedimentary Rock b) Metamorphic Rock c) Igneous Rock d) Sedimorphic Rock
The rock cycle says that
a) Rocks are constantly changing b) Rocks move in a circular motion c) Rocks melt easily d) Rocks are found in many places
The epicenter of an earthquake is the
a) The point deep in the earth where the Earthquake happens b) The point where you are standing directly above where the Earthquake happens c) The point directly below an earthquake d) The point on directly above a volcano
Seismograms are
a) Paper read-out from an Earthquake Reading Machine b) Machine that reads Earthquakes c) Machine that reads volcanoes d) Machine that reads hurricanes
Seismograph is
a) Machine that reads Earthquakes b) Paper read-out of an Earthquake Reading Machine c) Machine that reads hurricanes d) Machine that reads volcanoes
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