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Jeopardy Key TermsIgneous Rocks Sedimentary Rocks Metamorphic Rocks Rock Cycle Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from Key Terms The texture of a metamorphic rock that has grains arranged in parallel layers.
$100 Answer from Key Terms What is foliated?
$200 Question from Key Terms Grains in a rock that are large and easy to see.
$200 Answer from Key Terms What is course grained?
$300 Question from Key Terms An igneous rock that is formed from lava.
$300 Answer from Key Terms What is extrusive?
$400 Question from Key Terms Small, solid pieces of material that comes from rocks or living things.
$400 Answer from Key Terms What is sediment?
$500 Question from Key Terms The three terms geologist use to describe a rock’s texture.
$500 Answer from Key Terms What is size, shape, and pattern?
$100 Question from Igneous Rocks Rock that forms from the cooling of magma below the surface or lava at the surface.
$100 Answer from Igneous Rocks What is igneous rock?
$200 Question from Igneous Rocks Igneous rock that formed from lava that erupted onto Earth’s surface.
$200 Answer from Igneous Rocks What is extrusive rock?
$300 Question from Igneous Rocks Igneous rock that cools very quickly when it forms may have this texture.
$300 Answer from Igneous Rocks What is smooth and shiny with no visible grains?
$400 Question from Igneous Rocks The most abundant intrusive rock in the continental crust.
$400 Answer from Igneous Rocks What is granite?
$500 Question from Igneous Rocks During the 1800’s, this igneous rock was widely used in the United States to build bridges and public buildings.
$500 Answer from Igneous Rocks What is granite?
$100 Question from Sedimentary Rocks The process by which sediment settles out of the water or wind carrying it.
$100 Answer from Sedimentary Rocks What is deposition?
$200 Question from Sedimentary Rocks As layer upon layer of sediments are deposited, this process presses them together.
$200 Answer from Sedimentary Rocks What is compaction?
$300 Question from Sedimentary Rocks The process in which dissolved minerals crystallize and glue particles of sediment together.
$300 Answer from Sedimentary Rocks What is cementation?
$400 Question from Sedimentary Rocks Coal is an example of this type of sedimentary rock forms where thick layers of plant and animal remains are deposited.
$400 Answer from Sedimentary Rocks What is organic?
$500 Question from Sedimentary Rocks When seas or lakes evaporate, this Type of sedimentary rock can form.
$500 Answer from Sedimentary Rocks What is chemical?
$100 Question from Metamorphic Rocks Most metamorphic rock form here.
$100 Answer from Metamorphic Rocks What is deep underground?
$200 Question from Metamorphic Rocks These factors deep beneath Earth’s surface can change any rock into a metamorphic rock.
$200 Answer from Metamorphic Rocks What is heat and pressure?
$300 Question from Metamorphic Rocks The heat that changes a rock into a metamorphic rock comes from here.
$300 Answer from Metamorphic Rocks What is the heat of the mantle?
$400 Question from Metamorphic Rocks The two most useful metamorphic rocks.
$400 Answer from Metamorphic Rocks What are marble and slate?
$500 Question from Metamorphic Rocks Metamorphic rocks that do not split into layers.
$500 Answer from Metamorphic Rocks What is nonfoliated?
$100 Question from Rock Cycle A series of processes on Earth’s surface and in the crust and mantle that slowly changes rocks from one kind to another.
$100 Answer from Rock Cycle What is the rock cycle?
$200 Question from Rock Cycle Magma and lava form this type of rock once it cools in the rock cycle.
$200 Answer from Rock Cycle What is igneous?
$300 Question from Rock Cycle This step in the rock cycle creates the sediment from which sedimentary rock is formed.
$300 Answer from Rock Cycle What is erosion?
$400 Question from Rock Cycle The three types of rock in the rock cycle.
$400 Answer from Rock Cycle What are igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic.
$500 Question from Rock Cycle During the rock cycle, a collision between two continental plates could force one plate down toward the heat of the mantle, producing this type of rock.
$500 Answer from Rock Cycle What is metamorphic rock?
Final Jeopardy Rocks and minerals are classified this way.
Final Jeopardy Answer What is rocks are classified according to the way they form, but minerals are classified according to their physical properties?
Rocks Chapter 4. What is a rock? Rock Mixture of minerals, rock fragments, volcanic glass, organic material, or other natural materials.
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