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Q: When magma cuts across another rock and hardens, the resulting formation is called a(n) A. sill. B. dike. C. extrusion. D. unconformity.
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User: When magma cuts across another rock and hardens, the resulting formation is called a(n) A. sill. B. dike. C. extrusion. D. unconformity.

Weegy: C. extrusion
chico007hgo|Points 480|

User: When magma intrudes parallel to another rock layer, the formation is called a(n) A. sill. B. dike. C. extrusion. D. unconformity.

Weegy: B. Dike
chantalle25|Points 109|

User: What is an nonconformity? A. an intrusion that runs between rock layers B. an intrusion that cuts across another rock C. when a sedimentary rock is deposited on top of an eroded non-sedimentary rock D. when a sedimentary rock is deposited on top of an eroded sedimentary layer

Weegy: D. when a sedimentary rock is deposited on top of a parallel eroded sedimentary layer
pritilixious|Points 218|

User: What is an disconformity? A. an intrusion that runs between rock layers B. an intrusion that cuts across another rock C. when a sedimentary rock is deposited on top of an eroded non-sedimentary rock D. when a sedimentary rock is deposited on top of a parallel eroded sedimentary layer

Weegy: D. when a sedimentary rock is deposited on top of a parallel eroded sedimentary layer
pritilixious|Points 218|

User: If a rock cuts across another rock, then the rock doing the cutting is A. older than the rock getting cut. B. younger than the rock getting cut. C. the same age as the rock getting cut. D. older or younger than the rock getting cut.

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