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Metamorphic, Igneous, and Sedimentary Presentation and GAME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. The most fun you’ll ever have with rocks!!!!!!!!!! By Adam Priebe and Elijah Rothstein April 25, 2014 7:00 PM. The Rock Cycle . Igneous : Rocks formed by the cooling of magma .

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metamorphic igneous and sedimentary presentation and game

Metamorphic, Igneous, and Sedimentary Presentation and GAME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The most fun you’ll ever have with rocks!!!!!!!!!!

By Adam Priebe and Elijah Rothstein

April 25, 2014

7:00 PM

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The Rock Cycle

Igneous: Rocks formed by the cooling of magma

Sedimentary:Rocks formed by the deposition of sediments over long periods of time

Metamorphic: Rocks formed by other rocks undergoing extreme heat and pressure over long periods of time

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Main Types of Minerals

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Mohs Scale of Hardness

Mineral Scale Number Object Scraped With

Talc 1 Fingernail

Gypsum 2 Fingernail

Calcite 3 Penny

Fluorite 4 Steel Nail

Apatite 5 Steel Nail

Feldspar 6 Streak Plate

Quartz 7 Streak Plate

Beryl 8 Streak Plate

Corundum 9 Almost Nothing

Diamond 10 Nothing

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Examples of Rocks

Igneous Rocks

Andesite

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Examples of Rocks, continued

Sedimentary Rocks

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Examples of Rocks, continued

Metamorphic Rocks

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r o c k g a m e c o m i n g u p
ROCKGAMECOMING UP!!!!

Are you ready for a ROCK GAME?? If so…

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rules
Rules
  • A question and four possible answers will be shown. Choose the best answer for each question.
  • One point will be added to your team if you get the correct answer, however there is no point deduction for incorrect answers.
  • No looking at your notes!!!
  • Once throughout the game, you may ask another person on your team what he/she thinks the correct answer is.

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question 1
Question 1
  • How do igneous rocks become metamorphic?
  • Decomposition
  • Erosion
  • Melting
  • Heat, pressure, and time

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answer
Answer
  • The correct answer was:
  • Heat, pressure, and time

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question 2
Question 2
  • What are sedimentary rocks?
  • Rocks that are big
  • Rocks formed through erosion
  • Rocks that were subjected to extreme heat and pressure
  • Rocks that have been newly discovered

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answer1
Answer
  • The correct answer was:
  • Rocks formed through erosion

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Question 3
  • What are rocks that are created by the cooling of lava?
  • Igneous Rocks
  • Sedimentary Rocks
  • Metamorphic Rocks
  • Compound Rocks

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Answer
  • The correct answer was:
  • Igneous Rocks

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Question 4
  • What are silicates?
  • Rocks that are made of germanium
  • Minerals mainly made up of silicon and oxygen
  • Minerals that are mainly composed of halogens
  • Minerals that are used in mineral water

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Answer
  • The correct answer was:
  • Minerals mainly made up of silicon and oxygen

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question 5
Question 5
  • Hematite is an example of which type of mineral:
  • Sulfate
  • Phosphate
  • Halide
  • Silicate

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answer4
Answer
  • The correct answer was:
  • Phosphate

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