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Any rock can change into any other rock. In class we melted the starburst, and it changed into a igneous rock.
In class we flattened the tiny pieces of cut up starburst and mushed them with a book, it turned into a sedimentary rock
In class we flattened the rock and it became a sedimentary rock.
Over time the igneous rock was chipped at and broken apart. This caused it to turn into sediment which we used to make the sedimentary rock.
After a couple of minutes the melted starburst, which was acting like magma hardened and turned into an igneous rock.
All of these processes occur through heat and pressure, cooling and hardening, compaction and cementation, melting, and weathering and erosion.
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