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Igneous rock is formed when a volcano erupts and magma turns into lava and cools quickly forming Igneous rock.
Sedimentary rock is formed when weathering and erosion happens to the other types of rock and it turns into sediment. It goes through compaction and cementation.
Metamorphic rock is formed when heat and pressure happens to the other rocks get hot enough and go through enough pressure to form a metamorphic rock.
Movement is when the plates move around each other and they rub up against each other and the heat up so hot they make magma and that magma gets fired out of the volcano and that is a eruption.
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