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summarize the three different conditions under which magma can form
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Magma forms when temperature of the rock rises above the melting point of the mineral that composed it, when the pressure of the rock decreases faster than its temperature does or when it is mixed with fluids that decrease its melting point.
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summarize the three different ways magma can form
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1. pressure
2. temperature
3. composition
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