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Rock cycle

by Addisen McDaniels

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The Rock Cycle
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The Rock Cycle
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By Addisen McDaniels
Igneous Rocks
Igneous rocks form when molten rock crystalizes and solidifies. These rocks can be found on the earth's surface and under the sea floor.
Types of igneous rocks
Granite: Used in countertops, tiles, and bridges.
Obsidian: Used in weapons, tools and mirrors.
Pumice: Used in cleaning, polishing and concrete.

Granite
Obsidian
Pumice
Sedimentary Rocks
Sedimentary rocks form when deposits from earth's surface accumulate. Sedimentary rocks can be found in the ocean to deserts to caves.
Types of sedimentary rocks
Sandstone: Used in liners for steel furnaces, fiberglass, TV screens, and paint.
Limestone: Used in water purification, plastic production, and paper production.
Coal: Used to generate power.

Sandstone
Limestone
Coal
Metamorphic Rocks
Metamorphic rocks started as another type of rock, then was changed from its original form. Metamorphic rocks can be found in the mountains.
Types of metamorphic rocks
Gneiss: Used in garden decoration, paving stone, facades or building stone.
Quartzite: Used to cover walls, roofing tiles and flooring.
Marble: Used in countertops, monuments, and statuaries.

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