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Rock Assessment Mcfadden Period 2 - Quiz



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  • 1. 

    Sandstone is a ______________ sedimentary rock.

    • A.

      Chemical

    • B.

      Detrital

    • C.

      Organic

    Correct Answer
    B. Detrital
    Explanation
    Sandstone is classified as a detrital sedimentary rock because it is composed of fragments of pre-existing rocks and minerals that have been weathered and transported by wind, water, or ice before being deposited and lithified. These fragments, known as detritus, can range in size from sand grains to pebbles and are typically cemented together by minerals such as silica or calcium carbonate. This distinguishes sandstone from chemical sedimentary rocks, which form from the precipitation of minerals from solution, and organic sedimentary rocks, which form from the accumulation and compaction of organic remains.

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  • 2. 

    Igneous rocks that form_____________ the surface are called intrusive.

    • A.

      Above

    • B.

      Below

    • C.

      On

    Correct Answer
    B. Below
    Explanation
    Igneous rocks that form below the surface are called intrusive because they are formed from magma that cools and solidifies beneath the Earth's surface. This slow cooling process allows for the formation of large mineral crystals within the rock. In contrast, igneous rocks that form above the surface, such as volcanic rocks, are called extrusive.

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  • 3. 

    The figure below shows that the processes involved in the rock cycle include all of the following EXCEPT

    • A.

      Condensation

    • B.

      Erosion

    • C.

      Weathering

    • D.

      Compaction

    Correct Answer
    A. Condensation
    Explanation
    The rock cycle is a continuous process that involves the transformation of rocks from one type to another. It includes processes such as weathering, erosion, and compaction. However, condensation is not a part of the rock cycle. Condensation is the process by which water vapor turns into liquid water. While water plays a role in the rock cycle through processes like erosion and weathering, condensation specifically refers to the phase change of water and is not directly involved in the transformation of rocks.

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  • 4. 

    The _____ in the figure below shows how one rock changes into another.

    • A.

      Rock cycle

    • B.

      Melting process

    • C.

      Formation of crystals

    Correct Answer
    A. Rock cycle
    Explanation
    The correct answer is rock cycle. The figure likely depicts the different processes involved in the transformation of one rock type into another over time. The rock cycle is a continuous process that includes processes such as weathering, erosion, deposition, compaction, and cementation, which ultimately lead to the formation of new rocks. This cycle helps to explain the various changes that rocks undergo throughout their geological history.

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  • 5. 

     The figure below shows that sedimentary rocks are changed to sediments by ________________.

    • A.

      Compaction

    • B.

      Weathering and erosion

    • C.

      Cementation

    • D.

      Heat and pressure

    Correct Answer
    B. Weathering and erosion
    Explanation
    Weathering and erosion are the processes by which sedimentary rocks are broken down into smaller particles called sediments. Weathering refers to the physical and chemical breakdown of rocks due to exposure to the elements, while erosion involves the transport and deposition of these sediments by wind, water, or ice. Therefore, weathering and erosion are responsible for the transformation of sedimentary rocks into sediments.

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  • 6. 

    Igneous rocks form from ____________ when it cools.

    • A.

      Magma

    • B.

      Lava

    • C.

      Both magma and lava

    Correct Answer
    C. Both magma and lava
    Explanation
    Igneous rocks form from both magma and lava when it cools. Magma is molten rock that is found beneath the Earth's surface, while lava is magma that reaches the surface through volcanic eruptions. When magma or lava cools and solidifies, it forms igneous rocks. Therefore, both magma and lava are sources of material for the formation of igneous rocks.

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  • 7. 

    The molten material found beneath the Earth's surface is called  __________

    • A.

      Magma

    • B.

      Lava

    • C.

      Neither magma or lava

    • D.

      Both magma and lava

    Correct Answer
    A. Magma
    Explanation
    Magma is the correct answer because it refers to the molten material found beneath the Earth's surface. Lava, on the other hand, is the term used for magma when it reaches the Earth's surface. Therefore, magma is the appropriate term to describe the molten material beneath the Earth's surface.

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  • 8. 

    Foliated rocks are distinguished by ______________

    • A.

      Layers

    • B.

      Lack of layers

    • C.

      Large mineral grains

    • D.

      Air holes

    Correct Answer
    A. Layers
    Explanation
    Foliated rocks are distinguished by layers. This means that these rocks have a banded or striped appearance due to the presence of parallel layers or bands of minerals. These layers are formed during the rock's formation process, usually through the process of metamorphism. The minerals within the rock align themselves parallel to the direction of pressure and heat, resulting in the formation of distinct layers. This layering is a characteristic feature of foliated rocks and helps in their identification and classification.

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  • 9. 

    A classification of metamorphic rocks would include whether they are

    • A.

      Chemical or organic

    • B.

      Intrusive or extrusive

    • C.

      Foliated or nonfoliated

    • D.

      Basaltic or granitic

    Correct Answer
    C. Foliated or nonfoliated
    Explanation
    A classification of metamorphic rocks would include whether they are foliated or nonfoliated. Foliation refers to the arrangement of minerals in a rock, where the minerals are aligned in parallel layers or bands. Nonfoliated rocks, on the other hand, do not exhibit this layered structure. This classification is important because it helps geologists understand the formation and history of metamorphic rocks, as well as their physical properties and potential uses.

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  • 10. 

    Sedimentary rocks are

    • A.

      Formed when loose material become pressed or cemented together or when minerals form from solutions

    • B.

      Formed from magma

    • C.

      A type of foliated igneous rock

    • D.

      Formed because of changes in temperature and pressure, or the presence of hot watery fluids

    Correct Answer
    A. Formed when loose material become pressed or cemented together or when minerals form from solutions
    Explanation
    Sedimentary rocks are formed when loose materials, such as sand, silt, and clay, become compacted and cemented together over time. This process occurs through the accumulation of sediment in layers, which are then subjected to pressure from the weight of overlying layers. Additionally, minerals can also precipitate out of solution and bind the sediment particles together, contributing to the formation of sedimentary rocks. These rocks are characterized by their layered structure and often contain fossils, providing valuable information about Earth's history.

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  • 11. 

    A rock is always

    • A.

      Made of molten material

    • B.

      A mixture of minerals, organic matter, volcanic glass, or other materials

    • C.

      Formed by heat and pressure

    • D.

      Either igneous or sedimentary

    Correct Answer
    B. A mixture of minerals, organic matter, volcanic glass, or other materials
    Explanation
    A rock is a solid material that is composed of a mixture of minerals, organic matter, volcanic glass, or other materials. This means that rocks can be made up of various components such as minerals, organic materials like plant or animal remains, volcanic glass, or other substances. Rocks are formed through processes involving heat and pressure, which can lead to the formation of different types of rocks like igneous or sedimentary rocks.

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  • 12. 

    The crystals that form in slowly cooled magma produce _______ mineral grains in igneous rock.

    • A.

      Tiny

    • B.

      Invisible

    • C.

      Fine-grined

    • D.

      Large

    Correct Answer
    D. Large
    Explanation
    The crystals that form in slowly cooled magma have enough time to grow and develop, resulting in larger mineral grains in the igneous rock.

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  • 13. 

    Changes that take place in rocks never create or destroy __________.

    • A.

      Rocks

    • B.

      Crystals

    • C.

      Matter

    • D.

      Minerals

    Correct Answer
    C. Matter
    Explanation
    Changes that take place in rocks may involve physical or chemical processes, but these processes do not create or destroy matter. Matter can change its form or composition, but it is always conserved. Therefore, the given correct answer is "matter".

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  • 14. 

    Magma from deep inside Earth rises toward the surface because _____________.

    • A.

      It is denser than the surrounding solid rock

    • B.

      It is less dense than the surrounding solid rock

    • C.

      Heat and pressure

    • D.

      It has the same density as the surrounding solid rock

    Correct Answer
    B. It is less dense than the surrounding solid rock
    Explanation
    Magma from deep inside Earth rises toward the surface because it is less dense than the surrounding solid rock. This is due to the composition of magma, which typically contains a higher concentration of volatile elements and gases compared to the solid rock. These volatile elements and gases reduce the density of the magma, causing it to be buoyant and rise towards the surface.

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  • 15. 

    When lava cools on the Earth's surface, _______ igneous rocks are formed. 

    • A.

      Extrusive

    • B.

      Intrusive

    • C.

      Detrital

    • D.

      Coarse-grained

    Correct Answer
    A. Extrusive
    Explanation
    When lava cools on the Earth's surface, extrusive igneous rocks are formed. This is because extrusive rocks are formed from lava that erupts onto the surface and cools quickly, resulting in fine-grained textures. In contrast, intrusive rocks are formed from magma that cools slowly beneath the Earth's surface, resulting in coarse-grained textures. Detrital rocks are formed from the accumulation of sediment particles, while coarse-grained is a term used to describe the texture of rocks rather than the formation process.

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  • 16. 

    When magma cools deep inside the Earth, __________________ igneous rocks are formed.

    • A.

      Extrusive

    • B.

      Fine-grained

    • C.

      Detrital

    • D.

      Intrusive

    Correct Answer
    D. Intrusive
    Explanation
    When magma cools deep inside the Earth, it solidifies slowly, allowing large mineral crystals to form. This process results in the formation of intrusive igneous rocks. These rocks are characterized by their coarse-grained texture, as the slow cooling allows enough time for the minerals to grow and develop visible crystals. This is in contrast to extrusive igneous rocks, which form when magma cools rapidly on the Earth's surface, resulting in fine-grained textures. Therefore, the correct answer is intrusive.

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  • 17. 

    Basaltic igneous rocks are dark colored because they are  ___________.

    • A.

      Silica rich

    • B.

      Lower in density than granitic rocks

    • C.

      Rich in iron and magnesium

    Correct Answer
    C. Rich in iron and magnesium
    Explanation
    Basaltic igneous rocks are dark colored because they are rich in iron and magnesium. Iron and magnesium minerals, such as pyroxene and olivine, are common in basaltic rocks and give them their dark color. These minerals have a high concentration of these elements, which absorb light and make the rock appear dark. In contrast, granitic rocks are lighter in color because they have a higher silica content and lower concentrations of iron and magnesium minerals.

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  • 18. 

    An igneous rock can form from _________magma.

    • A.

      Basaltic

    • B.

      Andesitic

    • C.

      Granitic

    • D.

      All of the possibilities listed with this question

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the possibilities listed with this question
    Explanation
    An igneous rock can form from all types of magma, including basaltic, andesitic, and granitic magma. The composition of the magma determines the type of igneous rock that will form. Basaltic magma, which is rich in iron and magnesium, typically forms basaltic igneous rocks. Andesitic magma, which has intermediate levels of silica, forms andesitic igneous rocks. Granitic magma, which is rich in silica, forms granitic igneous rocks. Therefore, all of the possibilities listed with this question are correct.

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  • 19. 

    Sedimentary rocks form because of all the following EXCEPT

    • A.

      Sediments becoming pressed or cemented together

    • B.

      Crystals solidifying from magma

    • C.

      Sediments forming from solution

    • D.

      Water evaporating leaving crystals behind

    Correct Answer
    B. Crystals solidifying from magma
    Explanation
    Sedimentary rocks form through the process of sediments becoming pressed or cemented together, sediments forming from solution, and water evaporating leaving crystals behind. However, crystals solidifying from magma is not a process involved in the formation of sedimentary rocks. Instead, this process is associated with the formation of igneous rocks.

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  • 20. 

    Sediments in sedimentary rocks are often ____________________.

    • A.

      Held together with natural cements

    • B.

      Formed when atoms of melted minerals rearrange themselves

    • C.

      Formed when lava erupts from a volcano

    • D.

      Formed by magma trapped below Earth's surface

    Correct Answer
    A. Held together with natural cements
    Explanation
    Sediments in sedimentary rocks are often held together with natural cements. This means that the individual particles of sediment, such as sand or clay, are bound together by natural substances that act as a glue. These cements can be made up of various minerals, such as calcite or silica, which precipitate out of water and fill in the spaces between the sediment particles. Over time, this cementation process hardens the sediment into solid rock, creating sedimentary rocks.

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  • 21. 

    Sedimentary rocks formed from the remains of once living things are ________________.

    • A.

      Metamorphic

    • B.

      Detrital

    • C.

      Organic

    • D.

      Chemical

    Correct Answer
    C. Organic
    Explanation
    Sedimentary rocks formed from the remains of once living things are classified as organic. This is because organic sedimentary rocks are composed of organic material, such as the remains of plants and animals, that have accumulated and become compacted over time. These rocks often contain fossils and are commonly found in areas such as coal beds and limestone formations.

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  • 22. 

    Sedimentary rocks formed from broken fragments of other rocks are _________________.

    • A.

      Chemical

    • B.

      Detrital

    • C.

      Organic

    • D.

      Basaltic

    Correct Answer
    B. Detrital
    Explanation
    Sedimentary rocks formed from broken fragments of other rocks are called detrital. Detrital rocks are composed of various sizes of rock fragments that have been weathered, eroded, and transported before being deposited and lithified to form a new rock. These fragments can range in size from large boulders to tiny grains, and they are typically cemented together by minerals or organic material. Detrital rocks are commonly found in environments such as riverbeds, deltas, and beaches, where mechanical weathering and erosion are prevalent.

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  • 23. 

    Gneiss, shown below is an example of what type of rock?

    • A.

      Foliated metamorphic

    • B.

      Nonfoliated metamorphic

    • C.

      Basaltic

    • D.

      Organic

    Correct Answer
    A. Foliated metamorphic
    Explanation
    Gneiss is an example of a foliated metamorphic rock. Foliated rocks are characterized by the presence of parallel layers or bands of minerals, which are a result of the rock being subjected to intense heat and pressure. Gneiss exhibits this foliation due to the recrystallization of its minerals under such conditions. This rock type is commonly found in regions where there has been significant tectonic activity, such as mountain ranges.

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  • 24. 

    The process in which a rock is exposed to air, water, or ice and breaks into pieces

    • A.

      Compaction

    • B.

      Cementation

    • C.

      Weathering

    • D.

      Erosion

    Correct Answer
    C. Weathering
    Explanation
    Weathering is the correct answer because it refers to the process in which a rock is exposed to air, water, or ice and breaks into smaller pieces. This can occur through physical or chemical means, such as the expansion and contraction of water in cracks, or the dissolution of minerals by acidic rainwater. Weathering is an important step in the breakdown of rocks, which eventually leads to the formation of soil and sediment.

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  • 25. 

    The process in which pressure from the upper layers of sediment pushes down on the lower layers, causing the sediments to begin forming solid rock.

    • A.

      Compaction

    • B.

      Cementation

    • C.

      Weathering

    • D.

      Erosion

    Correct Answer
    A. Compaction
    Explanation
    Compaction is the process in which pressure from the upper layers of sediment pushes down on the lower layers, causing the sediments to begin forming solid rock. This occurs as the weight of the overlying sediments compresses the lower layers, squeezing out water and air, and reducing the space between the particles. Over time, this pressure causes the sediment grains to become tightly packed together, resulting in the formation of solid rock. Cementation, on the other hand, is the process in which minerals precipitate and bind the sediment grains together, further solidifying the rock. Weathering and erosion, on the other hand, are processes that break down and transport rock and sediment.

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  • 26. 

    The process in which minerals hold sediment together making a detrital sedimentary rock..

    • A.

      Compaction

    • B.

      Cementation

    • C.

      Weathering

    • D.

      Erosion

    Correct Answer
    B. Cementation
    Explanation
    Cementation is the correct answer because it refers to the process by which minerals act as a "cement" to hold sediment particles together, forming a detrital sedimentary rock. During this process, minerals precipitate and fill the spaces between sediment grains, binding them together and solidifying the rock. Compaction, weathering, and erosion are all important processes in the formation of sedimentary rocks, but they do not specifically involve the binding of sediment particles through cementation.

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  • 27. 

    Volcanic glass such as Obsidian is an example of  ___________________ rock.

    • A.

      A sedimentary

    • B.

      An igneous

    • C.

      A metamorphic

    Correct Answer
    B. An igneous
    Explanation
    Obsidian is a type of volcanic glass, which is formed from the rapid cooling of lava. Igneous rocks are formed from the solidification of molten material, such as lava or magma. Therefore, obsidian is classified as an igneous rock. Sedimentary rocks are formed from the accumulation and compaction of sediment, while metamorphic rocks are formed from the transformation of existing rocks through heat and pressure.

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  • 28. 

    Rocks that form from _________________ magma have mineral composition between those of granitic and basaltic.  

    • A.

      Andesitic

    • B.

      Basaltic

    • C.

      Granitic

    Correct Answer
    A. Andesitic
    Explanation
    Andesitic rocks form from intermediate magma, which means they have a mineral composition between that of granitic and basaltic rocks.

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  • 29. 

    The picture below is an example of  ________________________ igneous rock 

    • A.

      An intrusive

    • B.

      An extrusive

    • C.

      A foliated

    Correct Answer
    B. An extrusive
    Explanation
    The given picture represents an extrusive igneous rock. Extrusive igneous rocks are formed when molten lava erupts onto the Earth's surface and cools quickly. This rapid cooling prevents large mineral crystals from forming, resulting in a fine-grained texture. The picture likely shows a rock with a smooth and uniform appearance, indicating that it was formed from lava that cooled quickly on the surface.

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  • 30. 

    The picture below is an example of  ________________________ igneous rock

    • A.

      An intrusive

    • B.

      An extrusive

    • C.

      A foliated

    Correct Answer
    A. An intrusive
    Explanation
    The picture shows a rock that has a coarse-grained texture with large mineral crystals. This indicates that the rock formed slowly underground, allowing enough time for the minerals to grow and form large crystals. This type of rock is called an intrusive igneous rock, as it is formed from magma that solidifies beneath the Earth's surface.

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  • 31. 

    The conglomerate sample below is an example of a __________________ rock.

    • A.

      Igneous

    • B.

      Sedimentary

    • C.

      Metamorphic

    Correct Answer
    B. Sedimentary
    Explanation
    The conglomerate sample is an example of a sedimentary rock because conglomerate is a type of sedimentary rock that is formed from the accumulation and cementation of rounded gravel-sized clasts. Sedimentary rocks are formed through the deposition and solidification of sediments, which can include fragments of other rocks, minerals, and organic matter.

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  • 32. 

    Limestone, rock salt, and chalk are all examples of ___________________ rock

    • A.

      Igneous

    • B.

      Sedimentary

    • C.

      Metamorphic

    Correct Answer
    B. Sedimentary
    Explanation
    Limestone, rock salt, and chalk are all examples of sedimentary rock because they are formed through the accumulation and compaction of sediment over time. Sedimentary rocks are typically formed at or near the Earth's surface through processes such as weathering, erosion, and deposition. These rocks often contain fossils and exhibit distinct layers or bedding structures.

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  • 33. 

    Metamorphic rocks are formed by which of the following processes.

    • A.

      Heat and pressure

    • B.

      Melting and cooling

    • C.

      Weathering and erosion

    • D.

      Cementation and compaction

    Correct Answer
    A. Heat and pressure
    Explanation
    Metamorphic rocks are formed through the process of heat and pressure. This occurs when existing rocks are subjected to intense heat and pressure, causing them to undergo physical and chemical changes. The heat and pressure cause the minerals within the rock to recrystallize and rearrange, resulting in a new rock with different properties and characteristics. This process can occur deep within the Earth's crust, where temperatures and pressures are high, or at shallower depths during mountain-building events.

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  • 34. 

    The Pumice and Obsidian samples shown below are what type of igneous rock?

    • A.

      Volcanic Glass

    • B.

      Intrusive

    • C.

      Detrital

    Correct Answer
    A. Volcanic Glass
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Volcanic Glass because both Pumice and Obsidian are types of igneous rocks that form from rapidly cooling lava. They have a glassy texture and are formed from the solidification of molten material on or near the Earth's surface. Pumice is a light-colored, porous rock with numerous gas bubbles, while Obsidian is a dark-colored, smooth rock without any visible crystals. Both rocks are commonly found in volcanic areas and are examples of volcanic glass.

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  • 35. 

    This igneous was fast cooling.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The given statement "This igneous was fast cooling" is grammatically incorrect and does not make sense. Igneous rocks are formed from the solidification of molten material, such as lava or magma, and the rate of cooling can vary depending on the specific conditions. Therefore, it is not accurate to make a general statement about the cooling speed of igneous rocks. Hence, the correct answer is False.

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  • 36. 

    This sedimentary rock is detrital.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    Detrital rocks are formed from the accumulation of sediments that have been weathered and transported by wind, water, or ice. These sediments are typically composed of fragments of pre-existing rocks and minerals. Therefore, if a rock is classified as detrital, it means that it is made up of these sedimentary particles. In this case, the given statement states that the rock is detrital, and since it is a sedimentary rock, it is logical to conclude that the statement is true.

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  • 37. 

    What is the best term to describe the color of this rock?

    • A.

      Basaltic

    • B.

      Granitic

    Correct Answer
    B. Granitic
    Explanation
    Granitic is the best term to describe the color of this rock because granitic rocks are typically light in color, ranging from white to pink, gray, or red. Basaltic rocks, on the other hand, are typically dark in color, ranging from black to dark gray. Therefore, since the question asks for the best term to describe the color of the rock, granitic is the correct answer as it aligns with the light color commonly associated with granitic rocks.

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  • 38. 

    Click on ALL the terms that apply to this igneous rock.

    • A.

      Intrusive

    • B.

      Extrusive

    • C.

      Slow Cooling

    • D.

      Fast Cooling

    • E.

      Formed from Lava

    • F.

      Formed from Magma

    • G.

      Basaltic Color

    • H.

      Andesitic Color

    • I.

      Granitic Color

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. Extrusive
    D. Fast Cooling
    E. Formed from Lava
    G. Basaltic Color
    Explanation
    The given correct answer for this question is Extrusive, Fast Cooling, Formed from Lava, Basaltic Color. This igneous rock is extrusive because it is formed from lava that has erupted onto the Earth's surface. It cools quickly because it is exposed to the cooler temperatures of the atmosphere, resulting in small mineral grains. It is formed from lava, not magma, as it has already reached the surface. The basaltic color refers to the dark gray to black color typically found in basalt rocks.

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  • 39. 

    This sample of coal is which type of sedimentary rock?

    • A.

      Detrital

    • B.

      Chemical

    • C.

      Organic

    Correct Answer
    C. Organic
    Explanation
    This sample of coal is classified as organic sedimentary rock because it is formed from the remains of ancient plants and vegetation that have undergone a process called coalification. Over millions of years, the plant material gets buried and subjected to heat and pressure, causing it to transform into coal. This process is different from detrital sedimentary rocks, which are formed from the accumulation of rock fragments, and chemical sedimentary rocks, which are formed from the precipitation of minerals from water solutions.

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  • 40. 

    Marble, shown below, is an example of what type of rock?

    • A.

      Foliated metamorphic

    • B.

      Nonfoliated metamorphic

    • C.

      Extrusive

    • D.

      Organic

    Correct Answer
    B. Nonfoliated metamorphic
    Explanation
    Marble is a type of rock that is formed through the metamorphism of limestone or dolomite. It is composed mainly of calcite or dolomite crystals and has a nonfoliated texture, meaning it does not have distinct layers or bands. This is why the correct answer is nonfoliated metamorphic.

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