Do the Grains of Sand or Clay Get Compacted More in Sedimentary Rocks?

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Yes the grains of sand or clay get compacted more so in sedimentary rocks than in others. The word 'sedimentary' means settling down which makes sense when we consider that the compounds settle and compact together.
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