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___ 1. What term should be used to describe a semi-liquid hot molten rock located beneath the Earth?A. lavaC. rocksB. magmaD. sand
___ 2. What process occurs if there are formation andmovement of magma under the earth’s crust?
___ 3. What do you call the semi-liquid hot moltenrocks found on the surface of earth once the volcanoerupts?
___ 4. Which of the following is NOT a factor of partialmelting?
___ 5. When water or carbon dioxide is added to hotrocks, the melting points of minerals within the rocksdecrease. What process is being described?A. decompression meltingC. heat transferB. flux meltingD. partial melting
___ 6. What are the two most abundant elements inmagma?
___ 7. What will happen to the temperature ofrocks during partial melting?
___ 8. During partial melting of magma, wheredoes heat transfer take place?
___ 9. During partial melting of magma, wheredoes flux melting take place?A. convergent boundaryC. subduction zoneB. mid-ocean ridgeD. all of the above
___ 10. Conduction in mantle happens when heatis transferred from hotter molten rocks to theEarth’s cold crust. What process is being described?
Activity 7. Bring home activityInstruction.Based on the discussiondraw/illustrate/make a poem/composea song or essay that describes theformation of magma. If you wish todraw or illustrate use A4 size of thebond paper. If you choose to write apoem, song or essay, use yellow sheetof pad paper.
THANKYOU !!!PREPARED BY:RUBIE ROSE V.DAGUIODANIEL F. RIVERA III
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