Which rocks are formed from hardened volcano lava?

Answer

The extrusive igneous rocks are formed from the hardened lava that flowed from volcanoes. Examples of extrusive igneous rocks are obsidian, basalt, pumice, and rhyolite.
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Agreed with above. Mafic lava is a iron-rich, low-viscosity rock which cools into basalts after erupting. They are typically found on shield volcanoes originating at "hot spots
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