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What type of rock has fossils? Sedimentary rock
What type of rock has crystals that formed as it cooled? Igneous
What type of rock forms in layers? Sedimentary Rock
What is the violent shaking of the earth's crust? Earthquake
What is the outer layer of the earth called? crust
What type of wave is a sound wave? a compressional wave
In sedimentary rocks, which layer is the oldest? The layer on the bottom
In sedimentary rocks, which layer is the youngest? The layer on top
Why does sound not travel through space? Because there is no matter
The rapid back and forth movement of something: vibration
Which type of rock has sand cemented together? sedimentary rock
Which type of rock comes from cooled lava or magma? igneous rock
Which type of rock requires weathering? sedimentary rock
What is weathering? the breaking down of rock
What is erosion? the carrying away of rock, usually by water
What type of matter does sound travel the fastest through? solids
What type of matter does sound travel the slowest through? gas
Created by: PRO Teacher lit123