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Rocks that form from extreme heat and pressure below Earth's surface are called...
a) sedimentary rocks b) metamorphic rocks c) intrusive igneous rocks d) extrusive igneous rocks
When magma cools and hardens, it forms...
a) sedimentary rocks b) metamorphic rocks c) intrusive igneous rocks d) extrusive igneous rocks
The process in which sediments are laid down is called...
a) weathering b) erosion c) deposition d) compaction
A solid material made up of one or more minerals is called...
a) a mineral b) the crust c) a rock d) the lithosphere
Rocks are classified by...
a) where they are found b) how they are formed c) what minerals they are made of d) how heavy they are
Fossils are often found in what type of rock?
a) sedimentary rocks b) metamorphic rocks c) intrusive igneous rocks d) extrusive igneous rocks
The rock cycle...
a) has a beginning and an end. b) shows rocks on a continuous journey. c) has a starting point as magma. d) shows what minerals rocks are made of.
The processes in which minerals are pressed and glued together are...
a) weathering b) erosion c) compaction d) cementation
Particles of rock or material from living things are...
a) minerals b) rocks c) sediments d) bits
Intrusive igneous rocks have _____ crystals because...
a) large, the molten material cooled quickly b) large, the molten material cooled slowly c) small or none, the molten material cooled quickly d) small or none, the molten material cooled slowly
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