What is the probable origin of a rock?
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The origin of the Radish is unclear, but the most probable location is China in 700 BC
Probable of Scottish origin but known also in Ireland.
The probable origin is the Scottish Highland Reel.
The origin of the word rock comes from the old Norse language.
You think probable to a very impure rock salt.
the three types of fossil fuels is petroleum, coal,and natural gas their probable substance origin i donot know thats why i asking and going to school for i love to learn though so please answer
The Romanian people is very probable of Latin origin; the language is Romanic.
You think probable to a shale.
John is probable the most frequent name (or surname) on the Earth. The origin is from the old Hebrew language where Iochanan has the meaning of is gracious".
You think probable to marble.
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First cited 1865, probable origin dialectic Dutch pappekak, from Middle Dutch pappe 'soft dung' + kak from the Latin cacare 'to excrete'
What is the name given to a fragment of rock with a different origin from the igneous rock in which in which it is embedded?
A fragment of rock with a different origin to the host it is embedded in is known as a xenolith. Please see the related link.
This is only a word, probable of French origin, derived from the word for burn.
Unsorted and not layered
Coal is a fossil, it is a sedimentary rock of organic origin.
Gneiss is a metamorphic rock and its parent rock (protolith) could be a granite or schist.
It would be classified as an organic sedimentary rock, such as coal.
intrusive igneous rock
Phobos and Deimos are of a size and shape that they are probably captured asteroids from the Asteroid Belt.
Zuma Rock in Nigeria is an inselberg, probably volcanic in origin.
A xenolith is a piece of rock having a different origin to that of the igneous rock in which it is found.
The origin of sedimentary rock is the deposit of sediments. So it is basically many different sediments that have been compacted and under pressure forced together.
Andesite is classified as an extrusive rock and the name of this rock is South American in origin. However, the hardness of this rock is not listed.
There is no such ting as "lystone" Sandstone is a sedimentary rock. Limestone is a sedimentary rock of organic origin.
it is shot up from a valcano
Magma or lava.
a rock of volcanic origin, igneous comes from the Latin word for fire, ignis
The size of a rock or rock particle is a general indicator of the distance it has travelled from the point of origin of the parent rock formation.
Chemical sedimentary rock. There are several. Rock gypsum and rock salt come to mind.
The origin of mayonnaise is not sufficiently clear; probable the word is derived from the town Mahon (Menorca Island, Balearic Archipelago).
im pretty sure it means the construction or the landform of the rock HOPE I HELPED YOU!!!
Metamorphic rocks can be identified if the rock is foliated or nonfoliated, foliating type, type of metamorphism (contact/regional), and by probable original rock. :)
By its texture.
How fast it cools
What illustrates the origin of the three basic rock types and the role of geologic processes in the transforming one rock type into another?
The rock cycle.
Gold (in the English language and other Germanic languages) was in the past the name for a yellow flower. The root of the Germanic word is very probable of Sanskrit origin. In many languages the word gold is similar to yellow.
The answer is yes.
Uplift and solidification
Rock contained within a sedimentary rock could be igneous, metamorphic, sedimentary, or any combination of the three rock types in origin.
rock climbing has always been around longer than humans in fact any thing that climbs a rock is rock climbing and it has no certain origin on where it started
You think probable to the Earth crust. The Earth crust has a thickness of 5-70 km.
It is of Scottish and Gaelic origin, and its meaning is "rock" or "rocky"
Igneuse rock types because of its volcanic origin
What is your point of origin? Your question is not complete.
A billabong is the name, often situate a cut off meander of a river. The river may be now dry. The probable origin of the word is Aboriginal.
No, the Grand Canyon is a river valley eroded into rock - as such it is an absence of rock. However the rocks through which the river has eroded are, in the main, of sedimentary origin.