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Geol 1122k - Introductory Geosciences Ii
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igneous rocks form from pressure and melting of magma can be intrusive or extrusive sedimentary rocks form from the litification or crystallization of sediment metamorphic rocks from from heat and pressure has layers Student 2 because metamorphic rock sedimentary rock and igneous rock can be subjected to heat and pressure to melt This can form any igneous rock it just depends on the minerals and the amount of heat and pressure the rock is subjected too burial heating and remetamorphism burial and heating melting bruial and or heating erosion transportation and deposition erosion transportation and redeposition heating and melting heating and remelting erosion transportation and deposition This does not fully explain the rock cycle becuase the rocks can intertwine The rock cycle is a general idea of how rocks from Each type of rock catergory can stay within their category or become a different catergory sedimentary rocks metamorphic rocks igneous rocks Venus Earth and Mars This is because their is molten present Earth and Mars This is because there is liquid and ice Earth This is because there is plate tectonics igneous rocks


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