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Science project

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shayla howden

on 16 February 2017

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the igneous rock is formed through the cooling and solidification of magma. As the magma rises to the top it changes in temperature and causes it to cool.
Intrusive and extrusive
Extrusive means it has cooled on the outside of the surface and causes the rock to have bubbles because air has not escaped while cooling. Intrusive means the rock has cooled on the inside of the surface. These rocks take longer to cool because all the air is getting out causing it to have no bubbles or lumps.
Formation of igneous rocks
Formation of Metamorphic rocks
metamorphic rocks are formed by the Earth's movement and then the rocks are heated. Sometimes they are formed when rocks are too close to magma.
Metamorphic Rocks
Here are some examples of metamorphic rocks;
- Quartzite
Formation of sedimentary rocks
Igneous rocks
Metamorphic rocks
Igneous Rocks
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- Slate
- Gneiss
- Marble
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