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I need help!!! i no this is math but i need help on my science because i cant get help on the science link. 10. Starting and ending with igneous rock, describe the processes involved in the rock cycle.

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  1. Japs Group Title
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    please anyone!

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    anyone like @vmisono or @kelly226

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    A diagram of the rock cycle. Legend: 1 = magma; 2 = crystallization (freezing of rock); 3 = igneous rocks; 4 = erosion; 5 = sedimentation; 6 = sediments & sedimentary rocks; 7 = tectonic burial and metamorphism; 8 = metamorphic rocks; 9 = melting.

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    does that hlp at all?

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    is that the cycle?

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    yup;) the picture is

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    u can also go here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rock_cycle

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    and its the same thing but bigger;)

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    so how do i right it on my paper with out it being copied.

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    oh! do u have to decribe every process? like step by step?

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    like, how diff. types of rock are made?

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    yea.. with the starting and the ending of igneous rock

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    ok.. hold on;)

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    ok. (:

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    can you put it in yr own words? pleasE?

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    http://geography.about.com/cs/physicalgeography1/a/rockcycle.htm go here.. it tells you lots;)

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    ok.. hold on;)

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    Thank you soooo! MUCH!

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    The rock cycle is a continuous process, first, rocks are pushed up by tectonic forces, and eroded by wind,rain, snow, ice etc.. The eroded rocks get around with wind or rivers, until they are deposited, and turning into layers. Other eroded rocks can bury these layers until heat and pressure change the under layers to make a metamorphic rock. More eroded rocks can squeeze and squish the layers into sedimentary rocks. Rocks can also be sunk down into the lower layers of the earth with plate tectonic processes. Buried rocks can also melt and recrystallize into igneous rocks. Metamorphic, sedimentary, and igneous rocks can then be pushed up by tectonic forces, starting the rock cycle all over again.;)

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    is that in your own words?

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    yeah;) i got it from a website and changed some of the words so it doesnt sound uber professional;)

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    u can change more though..if u want:)

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    thank you soooo! much!

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    np;)

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