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.
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.
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:
Answered Feb 02, 2018

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