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Rocks and Minerals
Transcript of Rocks and Minerals
Welcome to our presentation and let's get started. Here are the topics we will be talking about in our presentation on Rocks and Minerals:
1. Igneous Rocks
2. Sedimentary Rocks
3. Metamorphic Rocks
4. What Are Gemstones
5. How And Where Are Diamonds Formed
6. The Rock Cycle
7. How Are The Rock Formed
8. The End: Definitions and Bibliography
Rocks And Minerals
By: Rahul, Azka, Haniya, and Ashir
What Are Gemstones?
-Quartz, Amethyst, Ruby, Emerald, Sapphire and Diamond.
Rock cycle is the repeating pattern of Igneous rock, Sedimentary rock, and Metamorphic rock.
The Rock Cycle
How And Where Are
-Diamonds were formed from carbon particles that were put under high pressure from the hot rocks above it.
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wearing away of rocks by water, wind, chemicals, and living things.
the breakdown and movement of the rock by wind, water, or ice.
rock that has undergone transformation by heat, pressure
matter that settles to
the bottom of a liquid
- Formed when
molten rock or lava
has cooled down.
- Formed when small
particles are crushed together.
- Formed when igneous and sedimentary are put together.
How are the rocks formed?
Here Is The Quiz
This is how it will go down:
We will show you 15 different rocks and you will have to name them as a Igneous, Sedimentary, or Metamorphic rock. After each one, we will say the right one. Let's do this!
Here is a little hint: