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  • Then some Sedimentary rocks are pushed below the surface due to tectonic activity
  • When volcanoes erupt magma from underground rise above the surface and hardens transforming into igneous rocks
  • They are then exposed to heat and pressuring transforming it into metamorphic rocks
  • Forces of nature like; ice, wind, rain, heat snow, together act on the exposed rocks on the surface to gradually erode
  • Water fills over the eroded mountain that is now flat and takes bit of it to the water where sediments are then formed
  • Over many years sediments pile over each other to be cemented together
  • Eventually they harden and become sedimentary rocks
  • If the rocks are buried even deeper they may melt and form magma
  • Doing so will start the cycle all over again
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