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Permeable objects are those that contain small holes because they allow water or liquid to pass through. Gas can also go through permeable rocks. When these rocks are located in rivers, they will most likely stay fixed in their position because the water can flow through them. Most rocks do not contain pores for water or gas to go through.

Sandstones and coal are common examples of permeable rocks. Sometimes rocks that are permeable are weak and can be broken more easily due to the holes in them. The opposite of these rocks are the impermeable rocks which are more common to find. Granite is an example of this. They do not have holes to allow water to go through.

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Wyatt Williams

Rock salt, also known as Halite in the industry, is a mineral formed from Sodium Chloride (NaCl). It is mostly white in color or can be colorless. Rock salt is also found in some other colors like light blue, dark blue, purple, pink, yellow, or gray totally depending upon the amount and type of impurities it contains.

The salt lies in the beds of Sedimentary evaporite minerals caused by large lakes and seas drying up. These beds may be thick about hundred meters.

Rock salt is basically formed by the evaporation of salty water (like sea water) that contains Na+ and Cl- ions. Rock salt also includes some other salt variations like common salt and table salt. which are required for human life on earth.

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Wyatt Williams

The answer to this question is C. The sedimentary rock is known as a type of rock that may have been formed because of the accumulation of different particles in one place. For example, there are different organic particles that can be found on the ocean floor. They may all form together in order to form one solid rock that is composed of varying items.

The rock found in the ocean floor may be composed of small pebbles, the carcass of dead sea animals, shells, and so much more. Take note that there are also sedimentary rocks that can be found on land. It will be helpful to know the other types of rocks available too.

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I think it is Metamorphic rock by heat and pressure

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It has lots of pores it's a sedimentary rock

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Shoud be igneous cuz theres crystal

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Limestone is any limestone made mostly from calcium carbonate in the form of the minerals calcinate or alginate, that contains an abundance of apparently visible fossils or fossil traces. This rock may take on several different shapes. The fossil fragments are typically corals and foraminifera, which is a type of aquatic amoeba.

The fossiliferous limestone is called biosparite limestone under the classification of sedimentary rocks. The limestone can be polished in tiles or slabs; fossil-bearing rocks are used for building pavements. They are also carved as ornamental stones and used in jewelry making.

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Metamorphic Rocks

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Sedimentary Rock

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