What is a common sedimentary rock structure?

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Sedimentary rock structure is when a rock forms due to the decomposition of materials on the earth surface and water bodies underneath. Examples of the sedimentary rock structure include; shale, sandstone,siltstone and berccia. They are rocks that are formed through decomposition of materials.
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