In the rock cycle, how can an igneous rock can become a sedimentary rock, then a metamorphic rock, and then an igneous rock again?

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Jan 6, 2017

Answer:

The formation process that defines each type can occur to a particular sample.

Explanation:

After volcanic creation, it can be eroded by water and wind and washed back into a large body of water where it to become part of a sedimentary rock. Subduction may put it through a metamorphic state after which it may be melted and ejected as an igneous rock again.