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  • In the rock cycle rocks can change. The rocks groups are- metamorphic, sedimentary, and igneous.
  • Igneous rock can be formed from magma or lava cooling Igneous rock has crystals and layering is not common.
  • (cooling)
  • Sedimentary rock is formed from sediments being compacted and cementation.
  • (compaction and cemontation)
  • Sedimentary rock has many layers and you can see grains of other pebbles.
  • Metamorphic rocks are formed form from sedimentary rocks going under heat and pressure
  • (heat and pressure)
  • Metamorphic rock characteristics are- layering is common, ribbon like layers and each layer is made up of different minerals.
  • Sediments are made when rocks go under erosion and weathering.
  • movement is when two plates rub up against each other and heat forms.
  • That is the rock cycle nad how rocks change to form other rocks over time.
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