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45. 

The rocks which are formed due to pouring of magma at the earth's surface are called

[A]. Plutonic rocks
[B]. Hypabyssal rocks
[C]. Volcanic rocks
[D]. Igneous rocks

Answer: Option C

Explanation:

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Bhatt said: (Sep 16, 2018)  
It is igneous rock.

Other are just type of igneous rock. Depending upon the depth they are found.

Dhananjay said: (Mar 4, 2019)  
@Bhatt.

The volcanic rocks are formed on the surface of the earth.

Daanyal said: (Jul 20, 2019)  
Volcanic rocks are formed on the surface of the earth when lava cools down whereas if magma cools inside the earth crust, such rocks are called plutonic rocks.

Adeel Rehman said: (Aug 31, 2020)  
All are types of Igneous Rocks

Place of solidification varies:

Very Deep under the earth --> Plutonic.
Shallow depth under earth --> Hypabyssal.
On earth Surface --> Volcanic.

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