Learning Journal 9 - Metamorphic Rock Types and the Rock Cycle

Learning Journal 9 - Metamorphic Rock Types and the Rock Cycle

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Links: Go Question 1 Partially correct 1.43 points out of 2.00 Flag question My home MEA 101 (003) Fall, 2014 Module 3 Learning Journal 9 ­ Metamorphic Rock Types and the Rock Cycle QUIZ NAVIGATION Finish review Started on Sunday, September 28, 2014, 9:49 PM State Finished Completed on Sunday, September 28, 2014, 10:01 PM Time taken 11 mins 18 secs Marks 4.43/5.00 Grade 3.54 out of 4.00 ( 89 %) Complete the table below by writing the appropriate metamorphic rock name or feature in the column on the right. Statement Answer A low grade rock formed by the metamorphism of shale is slate Limestone is metamorphosed to form marble As temperature increases, the ______________ of marble will also increase coarseness Which formed under the greatest pressure and temperature, schist or phyllite? schist Metamorphosed sandstone is called Quartize The general name given to the planar (linear) fabric present in metamorphic rocks formed under high temperatures and pressures is folliation Granite, exposed to high grade gneiss You are logged in as Jonathan Kluger
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