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Which of the following is not a convergent boundary A. Continental Volcanic B., Oceanic Oceanic C. Continental Continental D. Oceanic Continental

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Heather Maxwell on August 24, 2018

The Continental-volcanic is not a convergent boundary. A convergent boundary is a destructive plate boundary. It is a region where two or more tectonic plates are move toward one another and collide. A good example of this is the San andreas fault off the West Coast of the united states. When these plates collide, they can cause an earthquake or a volcano about to erupt. The intensity of the earthquake or the eruption of the volcano depends on the speed at which tectonic plates collide

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