Metamorphic Rock

A metamorphic rock made from limestone?

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A metamorphic rock made from limestone is marble.

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No. It is a metamorphic rock. It is made from limestone.

Marble is the metamorphic rock formed from limestone. =)

Marble is a metamorphic rock formed from limestone.

Limestone is a sedimentary rock.

Limestone is a metamorphic rock. Limestone is also has non-foiled texture.

Limestone can metamorphose into marble, a regional metamorphic rock, or into skarn, a contact metamorphic rock.

Marble is the most common metamorphic rock formed from the parent rock of limestone.

Limestone is a sedimentary rock but due to metamorphosis it turns to Marble, a metamorphic rock.

No. Marble is a metamorphic rock formed from limestone. Sandstone is a sedimentary rock formed from sand.

Limestone is the parent of rock of non foliated metamorphic. This is a very old type of rock.

No it's a sedimentary rock

Starts at about 7 to 10 miles underground, and is made from heat, pressure, and chemical action.ØMetamorphic rock have been changed over time by extreme pressure and heat. ØMarble is a metamorphic rock that is formed from the Sedimentary rock limestone. ØQuartzite is a metamorphic rock that is formed from limestone. ØThe word 'metamorphic' means change

Marble is already a metamorphic rock ... it forms from the sedimentary rock limestone.

Limestone is a sedimentary rock, while marble is a metamorphic rock (ie, a metamophosed limestone rock).

Marble, the rock, is metamorphic. From limestone.

The metamorphic rock comprising of entirely calcite is limestone.

No limestone is sedimentary. It can be either an organic sedimentary rock, or a clastic sedimentary rock.

No, it is a metamorphic rock. (metamorphosed limestone)

Yes. Limestone is the parent rock, or protolith, of marble.

it is limestone. it can be made from metamorphic and it is made from weathering it down.

Yes. Marble is metamorphic rock from a limestone or dolomite protolith.


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