Where Do Rocks Come from?

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Rocks are divided according to how they are formed. The igneous rocks are formed when molten rock cools down from volcanic activity. The sedimentary rocks are formed through wethering and erosion of other rocks. Finally, the metamorphic rocks are formed when either sedimentary or igneous rocks are heated underground at really high temperatures.
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Rocks can be scientifically described as a giant collection of atoms that form a very solid mass. Rocks come to be as a result of breakage of the earth’s crust. Rocks can also come from outer space as a result of meteors or broken pieces of comets.
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