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Rock Cycle

Quiz by Rizzotti, Christopher

Grade 7
Science
Florida Standards

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SC.7.E.6.2

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  • Q1

    Which one is not a Rock category

    igneous

    metamorphic

    sedimentary

    lithification

    30s
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  • Q2

    The process responsible for changing sediments into sedimentary rock are compaction and

    intrusion

    stratification

    foliation

    cementation

    30s
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  • Q3

    Which type of rock is formed by the cooling of liquid magma

    metamorphic rock

    clastic rock

    igneous rock

    sedimentary rock

    30s
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  • Q4

    Most of the rocks on Earth are

    igneous rocks

    big rocks

    sedimentary rocks

    metamorphic rocks

    30s
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  • Q5

    What type of rock is slate

    metamorphic

    igneous

    sedimentary

    intrusive

    30s
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  • Q6

    What drives a rock to transform into a metamorphic  rock

    weathering and erosion

    cooling and hardening

    high pressure and compacting

    high temperatures and pressure

    30s
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  • Q7

    What drives a rock to transform into a sedimentary rock

    high pressure and compacting

    weathering and erosion

    cooling and hardening

    high temperatures and pressure

    30s
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  • Q8

    What drives a rock to transform into a igneous rock

    high pressure and compacting

    high temperatures and pressure

    cooling and hardening

    weathering and erosion

    30s
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  • Q9

    The sand found along the Gulf of Mexico coast of Florida originated in granite formed from slowly cooling magma in the Appalachian Mountains. When this sand is buried and compacted, it will become sandstone. The sandstone may be moved deeper underground where it will be subjected to heat and pressure to become quartzite. What is the rock cycle for this sequence of transformations?

    metamorphic rock → sedimentary rock → igneous rock

    igneous rock → metamorphic rock → sedimentary rock

    igneous rock → sedimentary rock → metamorphic rock

    metamorphic rock → igneous rock → sedimentary rock

    30s
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