Geol Practice Test Key

Geol Practice Test Key - METAMORPHIC SEDIMENTARY SEDIMENT...

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IGNEOUS WEATHERING MAGMA SEDIMENT COMPACTION COMPACTION WEATHERING WEATHERING WEATHERING COOLING MAGMA COOLING COOLING SEDIMENT SEDIMENTARY METAMORPHIC Multiple Choice: 1) Which question shows the correct ordering of measurements from smallest to largest a) cm, ft, yd, m, inch, mi, km b) ft, cm, inch, m, yd, mi, km c) cm, inch, m, yd, km, mi, km d) cm, inch, ft, yd, m, km, mi 2) The two main types of luster are. .. a) Glassy and Porous b) Shiny and Dull c) Metallic and Lustless d) Metallic and non-Metallic 3) Which Igneous rock texture has coarse grains in a fine groundmass? a) Phaneritic b) Porphyritic c) Aphanatic d) Pegmatitic 4) According to Bowen’s reaction series which compositional class of Igneous rocks forms at the highest temperature? a) Ultramafic b)Intermediate c) Mafic d) Felsic 5) Which of the following is considered a “mature” mineral? a) Granite
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This note was uploaded on 12/10/2010 for the course GEOL 101 taught by Professor Mapes during the Fall '07 term at UNC.

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