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Classifying Rocks (Grade 10)

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Classifying Rocks

1. 
Which best describes the rock?
Rock - Igneous - Basalt
  1. mafic
  2. felsic
  3. glassy
  4. folliated
 
2. 
Which best describes the rock?
Rock - Sedimentary - Sandstone
  1. clastic
  2. glassy
  3. foliated
  4. vesicular
3. 
Which best classifies the rock?
Rock - Igneous - Scoria
  1. felsic
  2. clastic
  3. plutonic
  4. vesicular
 
4. 
Which best describes the rock?
Rock - Igneous - Granite
  1. mafic and extrusive
  2. felsic and extrusive
  3. mafic and plutonic
  4. felsic and plutonic
5. 
Which best describes the rock?
Rock - Metamorphic - Marble
  1. clastic and foliated
  2. crystalline and foliated
  3. clastic and nonfoliated
  4. crystalline and nonfoliated
 
6. 
Which best classifies the rock?
Rock - Igneous - Obsidian
  1. mafic, glassy, volcanic
  2. felsic, glassy, plutonic
  3. mafic, vesicular, volcanic
  4. felsic, vesicular, plutonic
7. 
Which best classifies the rock shown?
Rock - Metamorphic - Gneiss
  1. igneous
  2. sedimentary
  3. metamorphic
 
8. 
Which best classifies the rock shown?
Rock - Sedimentary - Limestone
  1. igneous
  2. sedimentary
  3. metamorphic
9. 
Which best classifies the rock shown?
Rock - Igneous - Gabbro
  1. igneous
  2. sedimentary
  3. metamorphic
 
10. 
Which best classifies the rock shown?
Rock - Sedimentary - Conglomerate
  1. igneous
  2. sedimentary
  3. metamorphic

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