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im supposed to create a children’s story about Roger the Rock.
Roger is a rock that has been a part of the rock cycle for millions of years. Your job is to tell Roger’s story. What volcanoe he came from and where he lived. You must describe how Roger was “born” and at least three transitions that occurred during Roger’s life. (For example, changing from igneous to sedimentary, sedimentary to metamorphic, and metamorphic to igneous.)

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