How do metamorphic rocks differ from igneous?

In what ways do metamorphic rocks differ from the igneous and sedimentary rocks from which they were formed?

Answer #1

Metaphoric rocks are made over time by the change in the environment and can also be any type of rock, where as sedimentary rocks are layered rocks that result from debris that gets stuck together such as the accumulation of small pieces of broken off pre-existing rocks. And Igneous rocks are formed by magma

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