How does a igneous rock turn into a metamphic rock

Like a rock, that is for science, that is a igneous rock and a metamorphic rock, and im trying to find out how can a igeous rock change into a metamorphic rock.
britt21
Asked Jan 12, 2010
Igneous rocks are metamorphosed by heat and pressure while still in a solid state. The mineral grains of the igneous rock migrate or reorganize to form the well known banded appearances in rocks like gneiss.
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neongreenluver2
Answered Jan 13, 2010
Molten rocks are transformed by warmth and weight while still in a strong state. The mineral grains of the volcanic shake relocate or redesign to frame the notable united appearances in rocks like gneiss.More info:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7XtJzn3BBm4
kukahiwildandfr
Answered Feb 02, 2018

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