Civil Engineering - Building Materials - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Building Materials - Section 4 (Q.No. 2)
2.
Lime stone is not a
sedimentary rock
stratified rock
aqueous rock
metamorphic rock.
Answer: Option
Explanation:
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Discussion:
18 comments Page 1 of 2.

Engr Shoaib Mazarzai said:   2 years ago
Lime stone is not a metamorphic rock.

It is a sedimentary, stratified and aqueous rock.

So, answer D is correct.
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Durai Murugan said:   3 years ago
Lime stone is a sedimentary stratified rock but lime stone under excessive heat and pressure it turns into marble which is metamorphic rock.

Kd parmar said:   3 years ago
I think answer is D. Metamorphic rock.

Sunil said:   4 years ago
Lime stone are sedimentary, aquous and stratified rock.

DAYANANDA NAIK T L said:   4 years ago
Its a sedimentary rock.
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Rajamani said:   4 years ago
Lime stone is sedimentary rocks.

Akki verma said:   4 years ago
Option A is the right answer.

Chetan C said:   4 years ago
Guys read the question carefully.

Prabhjot Singh said:   5 years ago
Lime stone is a sedimentary rock.

Deeksha said:   5 years ago
Lime stone is a sedimentary rock.


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