Ill answer them in order of how you asked, gold, silver, iron oxide mixed in a rock with various other minerals, copper and tin
They are all minerals.
Gold, Silver and Copper belong to the native elements mineral group.
* Copper * Silver * Gold * Uranium * Turquoise
aluminum, iron, copper and silver
Gold, Silver and Copper.
gold, copper, silver, uranium, and turquios.
Gypsum, iron, gold, limestone, silver, and copper are Michigan's mined minerals.
Copper, gold, and silver are some common metallic minerals.
minerals such as gold diamonds copper silver and iron are found in holland
Not "A" mineral, but the material it is made from is derived from several minerals. Pennies used to be made from pure copper or silver, which technically qualify as native metallic minerals, but these days pennies are made from cheaper metals like zinc, then plated with copper. price comparison in link below.
A PENNY IS MADE OF COPPER
The Philippines has many minerals that are found in this country. These minerals are, copper, gold, chromite, gravel, platinum, and silver.
gold chromite silver copper
They are native elements.
copper is cheaper. silver does work better though.
Not minerals, but metals. United States dimes (and quarters) have, since 1965, been composed of 91.667% copper and 8.333% nickel. Prior to that date, they were composed of 90% silver and 10% copper with minor variations in percentages prior to the Civil War. Half dollars made since 1971 are also made of copper-nickel.
There are many minerals in the Andes, but the main ones are: Gold, Silver, Copper, Iron, and Tin
Gold may be pure, or contain silver and copper in varying amounts.
gold, silver, and copper, rubies and some diamonds.
timber, stone copper and silver in le mountains
Copper, silver, and gold.
It is made of 90% silver and 10% copper.
Copper and Silver are both elements. However the copper and silver objects you find in everyday life are unlikly to be 100% pure copper or silver. These objects will be made with copper or silver alloyed to other metals to improve its properties or decrease its cost.
Native metals are minerals. The only metals that commonly occur in native form are copper, silver, gold, and platinum.