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An island arc complex is formed where A. a volcano erupts along an oceanic plate. B. two continental plates converge. C. a continental and oceanic plate converge. D. two oceanic plates converge.

Donald Ward

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Craig Stewart on January 30, 2018

an arc of islands complex is formed, where D. two tectonic plates converge. one of the characteristics of an island arc complex is the existence of a chain of volcanoes. And one of the most common cause of the chain of volcanoes of the formation is due to tow tectonic plates converging with each other and produce magma underneath to replace the plate

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