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The three types of rocks are...
a) Sedimentary, Metamorphic and Igneous b) Metamorphic, Sediment, Mineral c) Igneous rocks, Intrusive and Extrusive d) Sedimentary, Igneous and Transformers
This type of rock forms when hot liquid rock, magma, cools and solidifies. The type of rock that forms depends on the magma composition and the amount of time to cool.
a) Metamorphic Rock b) Sedimentary Rock c) School House Rock d) Igneous Rock
This type of rock forms when temperature and pressure inside the Earth's crust changes.
a) Megatron Rock b) Metamorphic Rock c) Igneous Rock d) Sedimentary Rock
This type of rock forms through erosion of sediments that are moved from one place to another and deposited into layers. The older layers become compacted and cemented together to form...
a) Igneous Rock b) Metamorphic Rock c) Sedimentary Rock d) Transition Rock
This is a noticeable feature of sedimentary rock:
a) Strata = layers of rock b) Foliated layers c) Nonfoliated layers d) Vesicular = air bubbles in the rock
Intrusive igneous rock forms by:
a) Magma that erupts onto Earth's surface (lava) and cools quickly, small to little crystal formation, fine grains, smooth feel. b) Magma pushes into surrounding rock BELOW Earth's surface... cools slower, forming large crystals. Coarse grained-bumpy. c) d)
Extrusive igneous rocks are formed by:
a) Magma that erupts onto Earth's surface (lava) and cools quickly, small to little crystal formation, fine grains, smooth feel. b) Magma pushes into surrounding rock BELOW Earth's surface... cools slower, forming large crystals. Coarse grained-bumpy. c) d)
Your lab partner is looking at a rock, she states that is feels sandy and you think you can see what looks like a leaf in the rock. What type of rock is this?
a) Metamorphic Rock b) Sedimentary Rock c) Igneous Rock d)
You are looking at a rock in science class and it is made of large crystals. It feels coarse. These characteristic indicate what type of rock?
a) Metamorphic Rock b) Sedimentary Rock c) Igneous Rock d)
Large crystals in a rock are an indicator of what type of rock?
a) Metamorphic Rock b) Sedimentary Rock c) Intrusive Igneous Rock d) Extrusive Igneous Rock
Your lab partner is looking at a different rock, it looks like it has layers and it feels smooth. Your lab partner says it looks like it is fine grained too. Describe what type of rock your lab partner is holding.
a) Metamorphic Rock b) Sedimentary Rock c) Intrusive Igneous Rock d) Extrusive Igneous Rock
What is the difference between a rock and a mineral?
a) Minerals are made of rocks. Rocks are made up of elements. b) Rocks are made of candy. Minerals are made from cookies. c) Minerals are made out of elements. Rocks are made of different minerals. d) Rocks are rocks and minerals are minerals.
In which type of rock do we find fossils?
a) Metamorphic Rock b) Sedimentary Rock c) Intrusive Igneous Rock d) Extrusive Igneous Rock
Metamorphic rocks are described as having:
a) Large or small crystals b) Foliated- arranged in planes/bands or Nonfoliated- not arranged in planes/bands. c) Strata- layers d) Magma and lava
3 ways that sedimentary rocks can form:
a) Metamorphic, Igneous and Sedimentary b) Strata, intrusive, extrusive c) Nonfoliated, foliated, strata d) Clastic, chemical and organic.
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