No one really know what rock came first but I would assume it would be Igneous because it came from volcanoes and those have been around a long time. Sedimentary rocks take millions of years to form, and metamorphic take long as well. The best answer would definitely have to be igneous.
The original rock to a metamorphic rock is called the protolith.
Metamorphic rocks can be identified if the rock is foliated or nonfoliated, foliating type, type of metamorphism (contact/regional), and by probable original rock. :)
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The original rock material changed to igneous rocks is the lava .,.,,., "I LOVE MY ANSWER'',..,
Black Sabbath's genre of rock was Heavy Metal. They were one of the original bands that started the genre of Classic Heavy Metal.
Igneous rock, sedimentary rock and pre-existing metamorphic rock can all undergo metamorphism. The original rock is known as parent rock or protolith.
A marble is not foliated since it is a type of rock that is formed through metamorphism of limestone. The process causes the marble to recrystallize the original rock completely.
This type of rock is a sedimentary rock
Granite, an igneous rock
this mt. has a rock type of rock
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Would that be petrification?
There are stores that sell the remake of the original pet rock. Also bidding sites and thrifts stores occasionally do have a actual original for sale.
the original name of slate is schist
It sure is. Slate is a rock, it is a fine-grained, foliated, homogeneous metamorphic rock derived from an original shale-type sedimentary rock composed of clay or volcanic ash through low grade regional metamorphism.
The Rock Cycle.
Any type of rock can become metamorphic.
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By the same process used to make any other sedimentary rock. The original rock will break down through weathering into small particles, erode to a place of deposition, undergo compaction and cementation, creating a new sedimentary rock.
Any rock type; metamorphic, sedimentary, or igneous.