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Can you name the information about the rock cycle?

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Which kind of rock is created by heat and pressure?
What turns sedimentary rock into magma?
What things can erode igneous rock?
Which kind of rock is most of the Canadian Shield made of?
What turns metamorphic rock into sediments?
Are North America and Europe moving closer or further apart?
Which kind of igneous rock is formed when magma or lava cools slowly?
What happens for igneous rock to become sediments?
Which kind of rock can coal, oil, natural gas be found in?
What turns metamorphic rock into magma?
What kind of rock is granite?
What turns igneous rock into metamorphic rock?
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How many centimetres per year do the world’s plates move?
What is the name of a Canadian landform that is made mostly of igneous and metamorphic rock?
What happens to make magma (lava) become igneous rock?
Approximately how many tectonic plates are there? 5, 10, 20, 50, 75, 100, 150, 200
Are there crystals in extrusive or intrusive igneous rock?
What is the name of the area on the sea floor where new magma is released which results in the seafloor spreading?
Which kind of igneous rock is formed when the lava cools very quickly?
What happens for sediments to become sedimentary rock?
What turns sedimentary rock into metamorphic rock?
What is the name of the rock that forms when magma or lava cools?
What is the name of the rock that has melted?

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