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Which event would most likely produce igneous rock?
a) Deposition b) Earthquake c) Flood d) Volcano
True or False Rocks will always stay the same. An igneous rock cannot become a sedimentary rock.
a) True b) False c) d)
A rock moving from an igneous rock to a sedimentary rock undergoes what process?
a) Erosion b) Melting c) Heat and Pressure d)
A rock moving from a metamorphic rock to an igneous rock undergoe what process?
a) Erosion b) Melting c) Heat and pressure d)
A rock moving from a sedimentary rock to a metamorphic rock undergoes what process?
a) Erosion b) Melting c) Heat and Pressure d)
True or False Rocks cannot be used for anything useful in real life
a) True b) False c) d)
Which statement best summarizes the rock cycle?
a) Rocks are all made of the same materials b) Rocks can be different types at the same time c) Rocks are unchangeable d) Rocks can change from one form to another
What term describes the breakdown of rocks into smaller and smaller parts?
a) Deposition b) Weathering c) Erosion d) Cementation
Which type of erosion moves the most sediment on the earth's surface?
a) Wind b) Landslides c) Glaciers d) Water
Which of the following is an example of chemical weathering?
a) When a bicycle is left outdoors and rusts b) When a plant freezes and breaks open rocks c) When a plant wedges into a rock and breaks it d) When a tombstone freezes, cracks and breaks
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