Where in the world do you find conglomerate rocks?
You can find a conglomerate rock at bottoms of rivers, lakes, and oceans in deposited layers.
== == Depends upon the composition of the conglomerate, which can be anything. This is not a normal thing to do for a sedimentary rock. Hardness, luster, and streak are used to aid in the identification of minerals. Conglomerate is a rock composed of other rocks which could contain a wide variety of minerals.
A conglomerate is a organisation / company which operates in many sectors, which have no apparent relation or business synergy among them. A good example of a conglomerate would be the Japanese Matsushita Corporation. For a conglomerate to be termed global, a substantial portion of the turnover and the profits o f the conglomerate should be derieved from global markets - i.e., outside the home market.
this is not an easy answer, there are literally hundreds to thousands of rocks. Igneous rocks: basalt, granite, rhyolite, gabbro, pumice, obsidian, syenite, scoria, tuff, etc, etc Sedimentary: sandstone, breccia, conglomerate, limestone, mudstone, shale Metamorphic: slate, schist, gneiss, quartzite, marble and many many more, you can always search you locla library for a book of common rocks and minerals. you know, the old fashioned way.