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Rocks that are melted by heat and then cooled are classified as: igneous sedimentary metamorphic
Weegy: When the earth's crust moves, it causes igneous rocks to get squeezed so hard that the heat causes the rock to change into metamorphic rock. Sedimentary rock is formed after long exposure of the metamorphic rock to erosion and weather. (More)
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Updated 11/13/2012 7:56:23 AM
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The first is that there are three major classes of rocks differentiated from one another by their processes for formation. Igneous rocks are formed by the cooling of molten rock forming material known as magma and lava.

Sedimentary rocks are formed at the Earth’s surface from the weathered pieces of preexisting rocks. Metamorphic rocks are formed by the physical and chemical alteration of preexisting rocks by the application of heat and pressure.

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i didn't flag this because the auto-answer is partially correct. the question seems ambiguous. both igneous and metamorphic rock are heated and then cooled.
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Following this agreement, the Germans experienced an economic depression, desired revenge, and had new leaders come to power. Berlin Conference League of Nations Communist Pact Treaty of Versailles
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Pressure waves passing through the liquid outer core are: bent reflected absorbed canceled
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Pressure waves passing through the liquid outer core are: bent.

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Find the quotient. 12 a3 p4 ÷ -2a2p -6a3p5 -24ap3 -6ap3 6a5p3
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(12a^3p^4) ÷ (-2a^2p) = -6ap^3
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