Sedimentary is that has formed from sediment deposited by water or air.
Metamorphic is denoting rock that has undergone transformation by heat, pressure, or other natural agencies, e.g., in the folding of strata or the nearby intrusion of igneous rocks.
Igneous is having solidified from lava or magma.
Stratification is a system or formation of layers, classes, or categories. Stratification is used to describe a particular way of arranging seeds while planting, as well as the geological layers of rocks.
Age of landforms can be estimated by studying the number and thickness of rock layers is each layer and the more lines the older the rock is by the more lines there are.
Young Sedimentary rocks form from the accumulation of sediment-mineral crystals or particles of minerals and rocks or masses of organic matter-that solidifies into layered rock.
1. How the core, crust, and mantle work