Which processes lead directly to the formation of igneous rock

Answer:

melting of rock deep underground.

Explanation:

The melting of rocks deep underground does not produce sedimentary rocks. Most igneous rocks are produced by this process.

When molten rocks underground called magma is solidified in the subsurface, it results into the formation of igneous bodies.

  • Sedimentary rocks forms by the accumulation of sediments.
  • Inside the basin where the sediments are deposited, they are compacted, cemented and lithified.
  • Chemical and physical weathering of rocks produces sediments.

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