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Darby finds a rock in her backyard. It has large crystals. She has found _____. an extrusive igneous rock an intrusive igneous rock basalt obsidian
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User: Darby finds a rock in her backyard. It has large crystals. She has found _____. an extrusive igneous rock an intrusive igneous rock basalt obsidian

Weegy: An intrusive igneous rock
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User: Emily finds a rock with crystals 2 cm large. Her rock _____. has a coarse texture was formed on Earth's surface cooled very quickly from lava has a glassy texture Question #6MultipleChoice Score: The mineral crystals in obsidian are too small to see without a microscope. This is because it _____. formed below the crustcooled very slowlycooled very quicklyformed at high temperatures Question #7MultipleChoice Score: Which of the following rocks would most likely be formed from an erupting volcano? granitegabbrobasalt Question #8Matching Score: Partial Credit Match the following items. 1. used for building formed on the surface 2. covers ocean floor basalt 3. extrusive igneous rock granite 4. intrusive igneous rock small crystals 5. slow cooling large crystals 6. fast cooling formed below the surface

Weegy: The answer is talc. other minerals are; talc, gypsum, graphite, kaolinite
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