How Are Igneous Rocks Classified?

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Igneous rocks are classified according to the mode of occurrence, texture, minerals it contains, chemical composition and the shape of its body.
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Igneous rocks are generally classified first on the basis of their formation (and therefore their texture) as intrusive or extrusive. Intrusive rocks are solidified from magma under
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Igneous rocks are classified according to their mineral
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1. Confirm that you are looking at an igneous rock. Sedimentary rocks have layers. Metamorphic rocks have well-organized crystals or crystals of equal size. Igneous rocks can have
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Rocks are classified by they are formed. Igneous: By Heat Sedimentary: By Deposits Metamorphic: By Crushing Forces (and heat)
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