No. I think the correct answer is Breccia.
wow i just took this in 8th science! sedimentary rocks are made from small sediments in earth. Yes like crushed rocks and pebbles mabey not peddles i dont know about that! lmbo
Such a rock is called breccia.
Sediments harden to form sedimentary rock through the application of pressure. Heat may play a part, but it is the settling down of the sediment and the buildup of overburden that "crushes" the material together. After millenia in a "big squeeze" applied by zillions of tons of material that has been superpositioned, sedimentary rock if formed. A link can be found below to the Wikipedia post on sediment and on sedimentary rock.
A residue is something that is left behind after a reaction that is undesired. A precipitate is the amorphous solid formed after a reaction and is usually the desired result.
To remove large pieces of tissue and complete cells.
it's one large egg without it's shell. http://www.joyofbaking.com/eggs.html
Conglomerate rocks are coarse grained sedimentary rocks wherein large rounded sediments are found. These rounded sediments are referred to as gravel.
No, conglomerate is a type of sedimentary rock made up of rounded gravel-sized particles. The particles in conglomerate are typically larger than sand grains and are often well-rounded due to the transportation and deposition processes that occur before the rock forms.
A. a clastic sedimentary rock with angular particles B. a chemical sedimentary rock C. a biochemical sedimentary rock D. a clastic sedimentary rock with large, rounded particles answer is a
Sedimentary because it has sediments.
When the river hits the sea and slows down, hence why a large number of rivers have sedimentary deltas at the mouth
Breccia is a clastic sedimentary rock composed of various sized visible pieces of other rock, cemented together by the processes of lithification.The pieces of rock that are visible are angular fragments, meaning they have somewhat jagged edges. This means that the fragments in the breccia did not travel far before they were deposited. If they had traveled longer and further they would have become rounded, in which case the resulting sedimentary rock would have been called conglomerate.