Rocks in my neighborhood Shance wilkersoN

This is the rock cycle
Pyrite-Is usually pasted of for being real gold but there are some tricks to tell between fools gold. This rock is actually an igneous rock.
Sulfur-Sulfur is used in bodywash, toothpaste, and cosmetics. This rock forms in a hot water environment. Ground water is heated by magma.
Fluorite-Used in laundry detergents. It's a nonsilicate mineral. They grind it up and put it in fiberglass water and toothpaste
Limestone-This rock is a sedimentary rock because the surface water carries into lake sea. They also use this rock for building materials.
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