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Chalk formed from sediments made of skeletons of microscopic living things in the ocean must be a (n)
a) Clastic rock b) Organic rock c) Chemical rock d) Igneous rock
Heat and pressure deep beneath the Earth\'s surface can change any rock into
a) Chemical rock b) Sedimentary rock c) Metamorphic rock d) Gemstones
Which assumption must scientists make about the rock cycle?
a) Rocks in ancient times weathered, eroded and deposited as they do today b) Igneous rocks form in volcanoes and then erode to form metamorphic rocks c) Metamorphic rocks cannot change into other rocks because they are already changed d) Rocks are formed in Earth\'s center and rise to the crust to form the soil
True or False Once a rocks changes into another rock it cannot change again.
a) True b) False c) d)
A naturally occuring mixture of minerals, mineraloids, glass or organic matter is called
a) Rocks b) Minerals c) Trees d) Fossils
What kind of substances the rocks are made of is called what?
a) Makeup b) Composition c) Hardness d) Origin
Rocks made from lava above ground are called
a) Intrusive rocks b) Extrusive rocks c) d)
Rocks made from magma below ground are called
a) Intrusive rocks b) Extrusive rock c) d)
Rocks are classified according to their _______________ and composition.
a) Minerals b) Fossils c) Origin d) None
Which rocks are called the fossil carrying rocks?
a) Igneous b) Metamorphic c) Sedimentary d)
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