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  • When you apply heat and pressure to sedimentary rock, you get metamorphic rock.
  • Sedimentary rock through weathering and erosion turns into sediments.
  • Sediments through cementation and compaction turns into Sedimentary Rock
  • Through weathering and erosion, metamorphic rock turns to sediment.
  • Metamorphic rock through melting creates magma.
  • When heat and pressure is applied to rock, you get metamorphic rock.
  • Through weathering and erosion it's sediments. Heat and pressure is metamorphic rock. Melting is magma.
  • lava
  • The two types of igneous rocks are intrusive and extrusive
  • Magma
  • Metamorphic Rock
  • Igneous Rock
  • This is a diagram of the rock cycle and what changes to another.
  • Sediments
  • Sedimentary Rock
  • The processes that change one type of rock into another are: Cooling, Melting, Heat and Pressure, Compaction and Cememtation, and finally weathering and erosion
  • Every rock can turn into another with the Rock Cycle.
  • Alice Marderwald
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