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I had posted this question before but no one answered for half and hour. I finished the first question i posted but i am stuck on this one:

A rock that contains a cavity filled with crystals is called a geode. Why are the cyrstals in the middle of the geode larger than the crystals toward the outside?

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    Maybe because the inside took longer to cool, thus giving the crystals more time to grow larger.

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