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Rocks can change from igneous, to sedimentary, and to metamorphic rock in what cycle
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User: The movement of Earth's lithosphere is caused by convection within the

User: Rocks can change from igneous, to sedimentary, and to metamorphic rock in what cycle

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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ENERGY is the ability to do work.

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The movement of Earth's lithosphere is caused by convection within the MANTLE.
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Rocks can change from igneous, to sedimentary, and to metamorphic rock in the ROCK cycle.
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The Hawaiian Islands weren't created at any of the plate boundaries. Instead, they were created from a HOT SPOT.
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