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1-100 What is a rock?
1-100A 1 - 100 A solid, naturally occurring chunk in the lithosphere that were melted, cemented, or pressed together (may contains minerals)
1-200 How is an igneous rock formed?
1-200A 1 - 100 – Igneous rocks are formed when magma (molten rock deep within the earth) cools and hardens.
1-300 How do sediments form a rock?
1-300A 1 - 100 – Gradually, the sediment accumulates in layers and over a long period of time hardens into rock.
1-400 How are metamorphic rocks formed? Be specific.
1-400A 1 - 100 Metamorphic rocks are formed under the surface of the earth from the metamorphosis (change) that occurs due to intense heat and pressure (squeezing).
1-500 Draw the rock cycle
1-500A 1 - 100
2-100 1 - 100 What is a mineral?
2-100A 1 - 100 Minerals are found in the earth and are naturally occurring chemical substances.
2-200 What rock is made up of these three minerals? Mica, Feldspar, Quartz
2-200A 1 - 100 Marble
2-300 What mineral is called fool’s gold?
2-300A 1 - 100 Pyrite
2-400 Which mineral was salt(NaCl)?
2-400A 1 - 100 Halite
2-500 On the MOH’s scale, which mineral was the softest and hardest? Give the number value as well.
2-500A 1 - 100 Softest – 1 Talc Hardest – 10 Diamonds
3-100 1 - 100 The letter that names the horizon where you find leaves that have not decomposed yet is:
3-100A 1 - 100 O
3-200 A common name for the layer of the soil called A Horizon is:
3-200A 1 - 100 Topsoil
3-300 The layer underneath all the other layers is called:
3-300A 1 - 100 Bedrock or Parent Rock
3-400 The subsoil layer that is not very rich because it does not have much humus is the:
3-400A 1 - 100 B Horizon
3-500 Break down how soil is formed. The whole process.
3-500A 1 - 100
4-100 1 - 100 Name this rock.
4-100A 1 - 100 Conglomerate
4-200 Name this rock
4-200A 1 - 100 Obsidian
4-300 Name this rock
4-300A 1 - 100 Marble
4-400 Name this rock
4-400A 1 - 100 Gneiss
4-500 Name this rock
4-500A 1 - 100 Limestone
5-100 1 - 100 Name this mineral
5-100A 1 - 100 Sulfur
5-200 Name this mineral
5-200A 1 - 100 Mica
5-300 Name this mineral
5-300A 1 - 100 Copper
5-400 Name this mineral
5-400A 1 - 100 Magnetite
5-500 Name this mineral
5-500A 1 - 100 Galena
6-100 1 - 100 I used to be a sedimentary rock, but then I was pushed deep in the earth and heated up under tremendous pressure
6-100A 1 - 100 Rock- Metamorphic
6-200 I was spewed out of a volcano
6-200A 1 - 100 Rock
6-300 My crystal shape is
6-300A 1 - 100 Mineral
6-400 I was broken down by water freezing and warming, leaving me in bits. Then I was cemented and compacted together into a chunk.
6-400A 1 - 100 Rock- sedimentary
6-500 My molecules are each made up of Be 2 Al 2 Si 6 O 18
6-500A 1 - 100 Mineral - Emerald
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