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Rocks that are changed by heat and pressure will form A) sedientary rocks B) metamorphic rocks C) igneous rocks D) magma
Rocks that are changed by heat and pressure will form metamorphic rocks.
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Rocks that are changed by heat and pressure will form metamorphic rocks.
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