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Chapter 2 Review – ROCKS
Rocks #1
Rocks #2
Knowledge #1
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Mystery
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©Norman Herr, 2003
Rocks #1 - 100
• QUESTION: Pull out pumice. Name the major
rock group for pumice (sedimentary,
metamorphic, igneous). Name the specific
category for pumice (foliated, non-foliated,
extrusive, intrusive, clastic, chemical, organic).
Name the texture (fine-grained or coarsegrained).
• ANSWER:
igneous, extrusive, fine-grained
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Rocks #1 - 200
• QUESTION: Pull out gneiss. Name the major
rock group for gneiss (sedimentary,
metamorphic, igneous). Name the specific
category for gneiss (foliated, non-foliated,
extrusive, intrusive, clastic, chemical, organic).
Name the texture (fine-grained or coarsegrained).
• ANSWER:
metamorphic, foliated, coarse-grained
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Rocks #1 - 300
• QUESTION: Pull out granite. Name the major
rock group for granite (sedimentary,
metamorphic, igneous). Name the specific
category for granite (foliated, non-foliated,
extrusive, intrusive, clastic, chemical, organic).
Name the texture (fine-grained or coarsegrained).
• ANSWER:
igneous, intrusive, coarse-grained
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Rocks #1 - 400
• QUESTION: Pull out marble. Name the major
rock group for marble (sedimentary,
metamorphic, igneous). Name the specific
category for marble (foliated, non-foliated,
extrusive, intrusive, clastic, chemical, organic).
Name the texture (fine-grained or coarsegrained).
• ANSWER:
metamorphic, non-foliated, coarse-grained
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Rocks #1 - 500
• QUESTION: Pull out schist. Name the major
rock group for schist (sedimentary, metamorphic,
igneous). Name the specific category for schist
(foliated, non-foliated, extrusive, intrusive,
clastic, chemical, organic). Name the texture
(fine-grained or coarse-grained).
• ANSWER:
metamorphic, foliated, coarse-grained
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Rocks #2 - 100
• QUESTION: Pull out obsidian. Name the major
rock group for obsidian (sedimentary,
metamorphic, igneous). Name the specific
category for obsidian (foliated, non-foliated,
extrusive, intrusive, clastic, chemical, organic).
Name the texture (fine-grained or coarsegrained).
• ANSWER:
igneous, extrusive, fine-grained
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Rocks #2 - 200
• QUESTION: Pull out conglomerate. Name the
major rock group for conglomerate (sedimentary,
metamorphic, igneous). Name the specific
category for conglomerate (foliated, non-foliated,
extrusive, intrusive, clastic, chemical, organic).
Name the texture (fine-grained or coarsegrained).
• ANSWER:
sedimentary, clastic, coarse-grained
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Rocks #2 - 300
• QUESTION: Pull out basalt. Name the major
rock group for basalt (sedimentary,
metamorphic, igneous). Name the specific
category for basalt (foliated, non-foliated,
extrusive, intrusive, clastic, chemical, organic).
Name the texture (fine-grained or coarsegrained).
• ANSWER:
igneous, extrusive, fine-grained
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Rocks #2 - 400
• QUESTION: Pull out sandstone. Name the major
rock group for sandstone (sedimentary,
metamorphic, igneous). Name the specific
category for sandstone (foliated, non-foliated,
extrusive, intrusive, clastic, chemical, organic).
Name the texture (fine-grained or coarsegrained).
• ANSWER:
sedimentary, clastic, fine-grained
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Rocks #2 - 500
• QUESTION: Pull out slate. Name the major rock
group for slate (sedimentary, metamorphic,
igneous). Name the specific category for slate
(foliated, non-foliated, extrusive, intrusive,
clastic, chemical, organic). Name the texture
(fine-grained or coarse-grained).
• ANSWER:
metamorphic, foliated, fine-grained
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Knowledge #1 - 100
• QUESTION: Compare & contrast magma &
lava.
• ANSWER:
compare – both come from volcanoes
contrast – magma is in the Earth, lava is on
the surface of the Earth
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Knowledge #1 - 200
• QUESTION: Which rock can be both
organic & chemical?
• ANSWER: limestone
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Knowledge #1 - 300
• QUESTION: Define chemical.
• ANSWER: a sedimentary rock formed
when minerals dissolved in a water
solution crystallize
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Knowledge #1 - 400
• QUESTION: Pull out shale. Name the major
rock group for shale (sedimentary, metamorphic,
igneous). Name the specific category for shale
(foliated, non-foliated, extrusive, intrusive,
clastic, chemical, organic). Name the texture
(fine-grained or coarse-grained).
• ANSWER:
sedimentary, clastic, fine-grained
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Knowledge #1 - 500
• QUESTION: What are the 3 tools /
characteristics that geologists use to
classify rocks once they have formed?
• ANSWER: texture, color, & mineral
composition
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Knowledge #2 - 100
• QUESTION: Define igneous rock.
• ANSWER: rock formed from the cooling
of magma or lava
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Knowledge #2 - 200
• QUESTION: Which major group is rock
particles bound together with natural
cement?
• ANSWER: sedimentary
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Knowledge #2 - 300
• QUESTION: Fill in the blank with one
word ONLY. You can find many
___________ in organic rocks.
• ANSWER: fossils
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Knowledge #2 - 400
• QUESTION: Name an igneous, intrusive
rock that cooled very slowly.
• ANSWER: granite or gabbro
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Knowledge #2 - 500
• QUESTION: Pull out gabbro. Name the major
rock group for gabbro (sedimentary,
metamorphic, igneous). Name the specific
category for gabbro (foliated, non-foliated,
extrusive, intrusive, clastic, chemical, organic).
Name the texture (fine-grained or coarsegrained).
• ANSWER:
igneous, intrusive, coarse
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Mystery - 100
• QUESTION: Define coarse-grained.
• ANSWER: the grains in a rock are large
enough to see
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Mystery - 200
• QUESTION: Name 2 words that
describe the formation of metamorphic
rocks.
• ANSWER: heat, pressure
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Mystery - 300
• QUESTION: Why does pumice have
holes in it?
• ANSWER: gas bubbles were trapped in
the lava as it cooled very fast
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Mystery - 400
• QUESTION: Fill in the blank with one
word ONLY. When we refer to texture
we are referring to the ___________ of
the rocks.
• ANSWER: grain
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Mystery - 500
• QUESTION: List the 5 steps that describe the
formation of sedimentary rocks. Give a oneword definition for each.
• ANSWER:
1. weathering - break
2. erosion – move
3. deposition – drop
4. compaction – compress / squeeze
5. cementation – glue
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FINAL JEOPARDY
• QUESTION: What is the difference
between a limestone that is organic and a
limestone that is chemical?
• ANSWER:
organic = limestone made from shells
chemical = limestone made from calcite
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