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These igneous rocks form above the surface of the Earth.
a) Extrusive
b) Intrusive
c) Large grained
d) Foliated

These type of rocks form when sediments are deposited, compressed, and cemented together.
a) Metamorphic
b) Igneous
c) Vesicular
d) Porphyritic

This type of rock has mineral grains that aren't lined up.
a) Sediments
b) Porphyritic
c) Non-folliated
d) Foliated

In this process sediment is squeezed and the size of the pore space is reduced.
a) Compaction
b) Cementation
c) Vesicular
d) Porphyritic

This rock's name means fire.
a) Igneous
b) Sedimentary
c) Sediments
d) Metamorphic

These rocks contain a mixture of coarse and fine grains.
a) Extrusive
b) Intrusive
c) Porphyritic
d) Vesicular

These rocks have mineral grains that are lined up in rows, bands, or layers.
a) Foliated
b) Non-foliated
c) Intrusive
d) Extrusive

Rocks that have minerals that are too small to be seen are called
a) Extrusive
b) Fine grained
c) Coarse grained
d) Porphyritic

This type of rock is formed from pre-existing rocks that are altered by heat and pressure.
a) Sediments
b) Metamorphic
c) Igneous
d) Sedimentary

Material made from loose rock fragments, minerals and organic material
a) Sediments
b) Sedimentary rocks
c) Metamorphic rocks
d) Igneous rocks

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