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The collision of continents would create what?
a) valleys
b) mountains
c) subduction
d) an ocean

Volcanic mountain belts such as an island arc are evidence of what?
a) valleys
b) mountains
c) subduction
d) an ocean

during this process, the mantle pushes against the underside of the plates causing them to move.
a) subduction
b) convection
c) rifting
d) cooling

The formula for rate or speed.
a) time/distance
b) length x width
c) distance x time
d) distance/time

An example of a transform plate boundary.
a) Himalayas
b) Mid-Atlantic Ridge
c) San Andreas Fault
d) Red Sea

An example of a convergent plate boundary.
a) Himalayas
b) Mid-Atlantic Ridge
c) San Andreas Fault
d) Red Sea

An example of a divergent plate boundary.
a) Himalayas
b) Mid-Atlantic Ridge
c) San Andreas Fault
d) Andes mountains

A long, narrow and steep depression that forms on the ocean floor as a result of subduction.
a) fracture zone
b) tranform boundary
c) mid-ocean ridge
d) deep-ocean trench

The boundary between two tectonic plates that are moving away from each other.
a) transform boundary
b) convergent boundary
c) divergent boundary
d) ridge push

The boundary between tectonic plates that are colliding.
a) convergent boundary
b) continental drift
c) transform boundary
d) divergent boundary

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