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Hello, and welcome to Rock Cycle 101 where you'll learn about the Rock Cycle! Let's get rocking! *badum tsss*
To begin, weathering is the breaking down of rocks into sediments. After they've been broken down, other forces carry them away.
Erosion also occurs; there rocks are worn down by rain and winds, forming sediment. Sediment gets compacted and buried to make sedimentary rock.
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Then add a little heat and pressure, and you get Metamorphic Rock! When it melts, and then cools down igneous rock forms.
Under the surface! UPLIFT! Igneous rock is pushed up to form mountains.
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