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Rocks and Minerals Jeopardy

Minerals Galore Rocks, Rocks, and More Rocks Rock Cycle: I'm seeing cycles
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How do minerals form?
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How do minerals form?
in the mantle, at or near the surface, from mineral-rich water
Name 3 Mineral Properties
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Name 3 Mineral Properties
streak, luster, hardness
How are minerals are used? (at least 3 ways)
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How are minerals are used? (at least 3 ways)
jewelry, coins, metal containers, plaster, construction materials
Give me an example of a mineral and a way that this mineral is used.
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Give me an example of a mineral and a way that this mineral is used.
Copper, used in jewelry, electrical wiring, musical instruments
Explain how you would test the minerals to find the diamond.
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Explain how you would test the minerals to find the diamond.
test the minerals to find the diamond, only the diamond will scratch all the other crystals
What causes igneous rocks to form?
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What causes igneous rocks to form?
when melted rock hardens
How are sedimentary rocks formed?
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How are sedimentary rocks formed?
when sediments are compressed and hardened
How are metamorphic rocks formed?
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How are metamorphic rocks formed?
when other rocks are changed by heat and pressure
7. Sometimes molten lava from a volcano flows into the ocean. Do you think the rock that forms when the lava is cooled by ocean water is fine-grainer or coarse-grained? Why? Explain your thinking.
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7. Sometimes molten lava from a volcano flows into the ocean. Do you think the rock that forms when the lava is cooled by ocean water is fine-grainer or coarse-grained? Why? Explain your thinking.
fine-grained because it cools very fast
8. Compare and Contrast two types of rocks. You may choose two of the three types of rocks to compare and contrast. Select two: igneous, metamorphic, sedimentary
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8. Compare and Contrast two types of rocks. You may choose two of the three types of rocks to compare and contrast. Select two: igneous, metamorphic, sedimentary
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What are some of the causes of weathering?
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What are some of the causes of weathering?
tree roots growing into the rock, edges are rounded, sediments are compacted together, ice/wind/rain affecting rocks
What are some of the effects of weathering?
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What are some of the effects of weathering?
rock broken into bieces, rocks change, etc.
A rock that is made of small grains. How can you tell whether it is igneous or sedimentary?
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A rock that is made of small grains. How can you tell whether it is igneous or sedimentary?
A sedimentary rock will probably be softer and may be easier to break.
How might a sandstone change into another sandstone? Explain.
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How might a sandstone change into another sandstone? Explain.
A sandstone can be weathered and eroded. The rock and mineral bits can then become compacted and cemented to form another sandstone.
Why do scientists classify minerals? Explain.
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Why do scientists classify minerals? Explain.
Classification is a way to organize information. Forming minerals into groups makes it easier to study and learn about minerals. Once minerals have been classified, conclusions can be drawn about how they are related and their physical or chemical properties.
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Describe the path of a rock through the rock cycle.
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Describe the path of a rock through the rock cycle.
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