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ConcepTest: Rock Cycle Temperature Profile #6 part of Examples
The graph below illustrates how the temperature changed with time for part of the rock cycle. Which of the following is best represented by the graph? a. magma forms a plutonic igneous rock that is then uplifted b. ...

ConcepTest: Jello-Rock Analogy part of Examples
Jello begins as a liquid mixture of boiling water and flavored gelatin. After it cools it forms a solid (but wobbly) material. This could be seen as an analog for the formation of a. igneous rock b. metamorphic ...

ConcepTest: Wood-Rock Analogy part of Examples
Wood burned in a fire is converted to ash and cinders. This could be seen as an analog for the formation of a. igneous rock b. metamorphic rock c. sedimentary rock

ConcepTest: Cake-Rock Analogy part of Examples
Baking a cake could be seen as an analog for the formation of a. igneous rock b. metamorphic rock c. sedimentary rock.

ConcepTest: Raisin-Rock Analogy part of Examples
Grapes dried slowly in a warm oven are converted to raisins. This could be seen as an analog for the formation of a. igneous rock b. metamorphic rock c. sedimentary rock.

ConcepTest: Dried Fruit-Rock Analogy part of Examples
Dried (dehydrated) fruit is made by evaporating water under warm temperatures causing the texture of the fruit to change. This could be seen as an analog for the formation of a. igneous rock b. metamorphic rock c. ...

ConcepTest: Toast-Rock Analogy part of Examples
The change of bread to toast is an analog for the formation of a metamorphic rock formed by a. contact metamorphism b. regional metamorphism.

ConcepTest: Sugar-Rock Analogy part of Examples
Water containing dissolved sugar evaporates to leave a deposit of sugar in the bottom of a glass. This could be seen as an analog for the formation of a type of a. igneous rock b. metamorphic rock c. sedimentary ...

ConcepTest: Egg-Rock Analogy part of Examples
Cooking an egg could be seen as an analog for the formation of a. igneous rock b. metamorphic rock c. sedimentary rock.

ConcepTest: Glass-Rock Analogy part of Examples
Glass is made by melting silica-rich sand. The molten glass is then formed into shapes as it cools. Glass making could be seen as an analog for the formation of a. igneous rock b. metamorphic rock c. sedimentary ...



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