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Q: what are igneous rocks>
A: After exposure to the surface, igneous rocks begin the process of weathering. [ Small particles will be worn and washed away by wind and water and deposited in low lying bodies of water where they may eventually be cemented together by mineral solutions and form sedimentary rock. ]
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User: what are igneous rocks>

Weegy: After exposure to the surface, igneous rocks begin the process of weathering. [ Small particles will be worn and washed away by wind and water and deposited in low lying bodies of water where they may eventually be cemented together by mineral solutions and form sedimentary rock. ]
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User: what are metamorphic rocks?

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.
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User: what is sedimentary rocks?

Weegy: Sedimentary rock is one of the three main rock types (the others being igneous and metamorphic rock). Sedimentary rock is formed by deposition and consolidation of mineral and organic material and from precipitation of minerals from solution.
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User: volcanic rocks are rocks formed from molten rock that cooled quickly on or near the earths surface is A igneous B. sedimentary c. metamorphic

User: what are igneous rocks

Weegy: After exposure to the surface, igneous rocks begin the process of weathering. [ Small particles will be worn and washed away by wind and water and deposited in low lying bodies of water where they may eventually be cemented together by mineral solutions and form sedimentary rock. ]
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User: volcanic rocks are what kind ofrocks formed by molten rock that cooled quickly on or near the earths surface

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Igneous rocks are rocks formed by the cooling and solidifying of molten materials. Igneous rocks can form beneath the Earth's surface, or at its surface, as lava.
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