1. Which of the following transforms sedimentary rocks into
metamorphic rocks?
A. Seasonal heating and cooling
B. Great he...
Minerals
Defined as
With
And
Naturally occurring,
inorganic solids
Definite chemical
composition and
orderly atomic
struct...
Crystal form Cleavage Hardness
Regular repeating
arrangement
of atoms
Tendency to
break along
parallel planes
or into
spec...
Strength of the
bonds or its
resistance to
scratching
1-10
Moh’s
hardness
scale
Softest
Talc
Hardest
Diamond
1 is the 10 i...
Classifications of
rocks
Igneous Sedimentary Metamorphic
Formed
from melted
minerals
Formed
from pieces
of other
rocks
For...
Granite Sandstone Marble
Rock cycle
Cycling of
rocks from
one form to
another
All go through the
Defined as
Biogeochemical...
Biogeochemical
Cycling of an
element
or compound
through the
environment
Carbon Nitrogen Water
Defined as
Examples
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Concept Map Answers

  1. 1. 1. Which of the following transforms sedimentary rocks into metamorphic rocks? A. Seasonal heating and cooling B. Great heat and great pressure C. Melting and cooling D. Weathering and erosion E. Radioactive decay 2. Which of the following transforms sedimentary rocks into igneous rocks? A. Seasonal heating and cooling B. Great heat and great pressure C. Complete melting and cooling D. Weathering and erosion E. Radioactive decay 3. Which statement below is NOT true about the rock cycle? A. There is only one way for rocks to go through the rock cycle B. Any rock type can become any other type of rock C. Any rock type can become a different form of the same type of rock D. All rocks are a part of the rock cycle E. All are true about the rock cycle
  2. 2. Minerals Defined as With And Naturally occurring, inorganic solids Definite chemical composition and orderly atomic structure
  3. 3. Crystal form Cleavage Hardness Regular repeating arrangement of atoms Tendency to break along parallel planes or into specific shapes Strength of the bonds or its resistance to scratching Example Examples Defined as Key identification traits Defined as Quartz Defined as Mica Halite
  4. 4. Strength of the bonds or its resistance to scratching 1-10 Moh’s hardness scale Softest Talc Hardest Diamond 1 is the 10 is the Like Like
  5. 5. Classifications of rocks Igneous Sedimentary Metamorphic Formed from melted minerals Formed from pieces of other rocks Formed from great heat and pressure Granite Sandstone Marble Defined as Defined as Defined as Example Example Example Rocks There are 3
  6. 6. Granite Sandstone Marble Rock cycle Cycling of rocks from one form to another All go through the Defined as Biogeochemical Another type of cycle
  7. 7. Biogeochemical Cycling of an element or compound through the environment Carbon Nitrogen Water Defined as Examples

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