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Why is hardness, color, and texture important when trying to classify nonfoliated metamorphic rocks?
Hardness, color, and texture are all important when trying to classify non-foliated metamorphic rocks because this gives the technician an idea of the age and quality of the rocks.
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Metamorphic rocks arise from the transformation of existing
types, in a process called
, which means change in form. The original rock (
) is subjected...
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