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Yes.For example bauxite is an ore of aluminium, so bauxite is also a mineral.
Clay is a mineral and it cannot be a ore.
So all ores are minerals but all minerals need not to be ores
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The natural material in the earth in which metal or its compounds occur is called mineral...
the mineral from which a metal may be extracted profitably is called an ore...
hence all ores are minerals..but all minerals are not ores..
i think it helps u alot..

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