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Rocks & Minerals
Which Rock $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Type is it? Limestone, Gneiss, Granite, or Obsidian Rock Cycle Mining Identifying Minerals Team 1Team 2Team 3Team 4 $200
Topic 1: $100 This rock forms when magma or lava cools Answer
Topic 1: $100 Igneous Rock Return to Main
Topic 1: $200 Answer This rock forms when layers of organic material and sand/silt have cemented and compacted
Topic 1: $200 Return to Main Sedimentary Rock
Topic 1: $300 Answer This rock is formed from coral (organic material):
Topic 1: $300 Return to Main Petoskey Stone
Topic 1: $400 Answer What rock would replace the
Topic 1: $400 Return to Main Igneous Rock
Topic 1: $500 Answer Lava forms extrusive, quickly cooled rocks. _____ forms intrusive, slowly cooled rocks.
Topic 1: $500 Return to Main Magma
Topic 2: $100 Answer This rock type forms under extreme heat and pressure, but does not melt.
Topic 2: $100 Return to Main Metamorphic Rock
Topic 2: $200 Answer This rock would replace the
Topic 2: $200 Return to Main Sedimentary Rock
Topic 2: $300 Answer This kind of rock would not form on a planet with no atmosphere and weather
Topic 2: $300 Return to Main Sedimentary Rock
Topic 2: $400 Answer Rocks that have course- grains, such as pebbles are called _____
Topic 2: $400 Return to Main Conglomerates
Topic 2: $500 Answer This type of rock forms in this location
Topic 2: $500 Return to Main Sedimentary
Topic 3: $100 Answer This rock usually contains fossils
Topic 3: $100 Return to Main Limestone
Topic 3: $200 Answer This rock contains mica, feldspar, and quartz and it is an intrusive igneous rock
Topic 3: $200 Return to Main Granite
Topic 3: $300 Answer This rock has altering layers of dark and light bands
Topic 3: $300 Return to Main Gneiss
Topic 3: $400 Answer This rock has conchoidal fractures and is usually black and shiny
Topic 3: $400 Return to Main Obsidian
Topic 3: $500 Answer What is this rock:
Topic 3: $500 Return to Main Obsidian
Topic 4: $100 Answer In order to change a metamorphic rock into a sedimentary rock it must go through these two processes
Topic 4: $100 Return to Main Weathering and Cementing
Topic 4: $200 Answer A sedimentary rock must go through _____ and _____ in order to become an igneous rock
Topic 4: $200 Return to Main Melting and Cooling
Topic 4: $300 Answer To change an igneous rock into a metamorphic rock it must have extreme _____ and _____ without actually melting
Topic 4: $300 Return to Main Heat and Pressure
Topic 4: $400 Answer All rocks in the rock cycle can become this rock through weathering and cementing
Topic 4: $400 Return to Main Sedimentary Rock
Topic 4: $500 Answer This rock type would replace the
Topic 4: $500 Return to Main Metamorphic Rock
Topic 5: $100 Answer This type of mining is the removal of minerals at or near the Earth’s surface
Topic 5: $100 Return to Main Surface Mining
Topic 5: $200 Answer The process that returns the land to its original state after the mining is completed
Topic 5: $200 Return to Main Reclamation
Topic 5: $300 Answer This is the removal of minerals and other materials from deep within the Earth
Topic 5: $300 Return to Main Deep Mining
Topic 5: $400 Answer A mineral deposit large enough and pure enough to be mined for profit
Topic 5: $400 Return to Main Ore
Topic 5: $500 Answer Open pits, strip mines, and quarries are types of this mine
Topic 5: $500 Return to Main Surface Mines
Topic 6: $100 Answer This is the tendency of some minerals to break along flat surfaces
Topic 6: $100 Return to Main Cleavage
Topic 6: $200 Answer The tendency of some minerals to break unevenly along curved or irregular surfaces
Topic 6: $200 Return to Main Fracture
Topic 6: $300 Answer When you say a mineral is shiny or dull (metallic or nonmetallic), you are describing its _____
Topic 6: $300 Return to Main Luster
Topic 6: $400 Answer This is the color of a mineral in powdered form
Topic 6: $400 Return to Main Streak
Topic 6: $500 Answer A minerals resistance to being scratched is referred to as _____
Topic 6: $500 Return to Main Hardness
The Rock Cycle Proceed
Answer Name the processes that each letter represents A: ____ B: ____ C: ____ Name the processes that each letter represents A: ____ B: ____ C: ____
Return to Main A: Compacting & Cementing B: Weathering & Erosion C: Heat & Pressure A: Compacting & Cementing B: Weathering & Erosion C: Heat & Pressure
How is a rock like a salad?. Physical Properties of Minerals Color Some minerals only occur as one color. However, some minerals, such as quartz can be.
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