ESS
Grade-10
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Question

The boundary where two tectonic plates come together is called___________.

  1. Convergent boundary
  2. Divergent boundary
  3. Transform boundary
  4. Diverse boundary

hintHint:

Convergent boundary

The correct answer is: Convergent boundary


    • The boundary where two tectonic plates come together is called convergent boundary.
    • So, the correct option is a.

    • A divergent boundary occurs when two tectonic plates move away from each other.

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