The crust of the Earth is of two distinctive types:
Oceanic: 5 km to 10 km thick and composed primarily of denser, more mafic rocks, such as basalt, diabase, and gabbro.
Continental: 30 km to 50 km thick and mostly composed of less dense, more felsic rocks, such as granite.
The most abundant minerals in Earth's continental crust are feldspars, which make up about 41% of the crust by weight, followed by quartz at 12%, and pyroxenes at 11%.
None of your answers match. Bedrock is closest.