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Grade 9 Rocks
Igneous rock that cools and solidifies beneath Earth's surface.
  1. extrusive rock
  2. foliated rock
  3. igneous rock
  4. intrusive rock
  5. metamorphic rock
  6. plutonic rock
  7. sedimentary rock
  8. volcanic rock
Grade 9 Rocks
Rock formed by the alteration of existing rock by high heat, pressure, and/or chemically active fluids.
  1. extrusive rock
  2. foliated rock
  3. igneous rock
  4. intrusive rock
  5. metamorphic rock
  6. plutonic rock
  7. sedimentary rock
  8. volcanic rock
Grade 9 Rocks
Rock formed from the eroded products of preexisting rocks or from mineral precipitates.
  1. extrusive rock
  2. foliated rock
  3. igneous rock
  4. intrusive rock
  5. metamorphic rock
  6. plutonic rock
  7. sedimentary rock
  8. volcanic rock
Grade 9 Rocks
A type of metamorphic rock where extreme forces have aligned minerals into visible layers.
  1. extrusive rock
  2. foliated rock
  3. igneous rock
  4. intrusive rock
  5. metamorphic rock
  6. plutonic rock
  7. sedimentary rock
  8. volcanic rock
Grade 9 Rocks
Igneous rock that cools and solidifies on or very near Earth's surface.
  1. extrusive rock
  2. foliated rock
  3. igneous rock
  4. intrusive rock
  5. metamorphic rock
  6. plutonic rock
  7. sedimentary rock
  8. volcanic rock
Grade 9 Rocks
Rocks formed from the cooling lava of volcanic eruptions are                  .
  1. igneous rocks
  2. limestone rocks
  3. sedimentary rocks
  4. metamorphic rocks
Grade 4 Rocks
What types of rocks are formed by particles created by weathering?
  1. Metamorphic rocks
  2. Igneous rocks
  3. Sedimentary rocks
  4. Volcanic rocks
Grade 7 Rocks
What are rocks that have changed due to temperature and pressure called?
  1. igneous rocks
  2. metamorphic rocks
  3. sedimentary rocks
  4. lava rocks
Grade 9 Historical Geology
Fossils are usually found in
  1. igneous rock.
  2. sedimentary rock.
  3. metamorphic rock.
  4. molten rock.
Grade 9 Rocks
What kind of rock is subjected to tectonic forces that can change its structure?
  1. Metamorphic Rock
  2. Igneous Rock
  3. Volcanic Rock
  4. Sedimentary Rock
Grade 7 Rocks
What are rocks that have changed due to temperature and pressure called?
  1. metamorphic rocks
  2. sedimentary rocks
  3. lava rocks
  4. igneous rocks
Grade 6 Rocks
Granite forms when liquid magma slowly cools within Earth's crust. If the granite is exposed to intense heat and pressure, it can change to gneiss. Which type of change takes place when granite turns into gneiss?
  1. Sedimentary rock changes into igneous rock.
  2. Igneous rock changes into metamorphic rock.
  3. Metamorphic rock changes into igneous rock.
  4. Sedimentary rock changes into metamorphic rock.
Grade 6 Rocks
Rocks that cool and harden from a molten state are
  1. sedimentary rocks.
  2. igneous rocks.
  3. metamorphic rocks.
Grade 4 Historical Geology
Emily finds a fossil in a rock. Which of these would the fossil help her determine?
  1. age of the rock
  2. color of the rock
  3. texture of the rock
  4. grain size of the rock
Grade 7 Rocks
Metamorphic rocks can be formed from
  1. igneous rocks.
  2. sedimentary rocks.
  3. metamorphic rocks.
  4. all rock groups.
Grade 6 Rocks
This type of rock is often formed in layers.
  1. Sedimentary Rocks
  2. Igneous Rocks
  3. Metamorphic Rocks
Grade 7 Rocks
What type of rock are gneiss and marble?
  1. Igneous Rock
  2. Metamorphic Rock
  3. Sedimentary Rock
Grade 7 Rocks
What rock type comes from the phrase "to change"?
  1. Sedimentary Rock
  2. Igneous Rock
  3. Metamorphic Rock
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