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rock cycle review

review for the rock cycle test

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What are the 3 types of rocks formed in the rock cycle? metamorphic rock, Igneous rock, sedimentary rock.
Where do igneous rocks usually form? on the surface or under the surface in magma
How does a metamorphic rock form? extreme heat and pressure the changes the rock
Julie has a rock that breaks apart easy. She can see little pebbles inside the rock. What type of rock is this? sedimentary rock
Katie is making a list of sedimentary rock features. List some: granular, soft, layered
How is igneous rocks formed? by cooled laav or magma
How do sedimentary rocks form? sediments being pressed together
What changes sedimentary rocks into metamorphic rocks extreme heat and pressure
Marble is a metamorphic rock. It was once igneous and sedimentary. What would cause it to become metamorphic? extreme heat and pressure that changes the rock.
Which rock transformation could result from erosion, deposition and compaction? sedimentary rocks
What process (natural disaster) will produce igneous rocks? lava cooling
Created by: Zpaceunicorn