ambi
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Will fan and medal The events occurring at arrow 4 on the diagram below can best be described as A. heat from within the Earth melting solid rock into a liquid. B. weathering breaking rocks on the Earth’s surface into sediments. C. liquid magma cooling and hardening into rock. D. cementing and compacting of rock particles.
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Plz help @Missiey
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think b

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Actually the igneous rock at arrow four is when the magma hardens and becomes a rock
anonymous
  • anonymous
What @missey is talking about is sedimentary rocks where broken pieces of rocks shells etc turn into weather or erosion rocks.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Here the answer will be on this link http://www.ck12.org/book/CK-12-Earth-Science-Concepts-For-High-School/section/3.8/
anonymous
  • anonymous
Then you can look at what type of rock would fit the description.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I hope this helps :D!!!!
ambi
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thanks

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