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Intrusive igneous rocks are often characterized as coarse-grained because ________.

A) the pressures at depth cause them to have a rough texture
B) small holes from escaping gases leave them rough and course
C) the slow cooling at depth allows large crystals to grow
D) the uplift process that exposes the rock fractures them and makes them rough

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