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  • Convergent Boundary
  • A convergent Boundary is two plates that move towards each other on a collision course. These plates collide and the less dense plate rises and the more dense plate sinks
  • An example of a convergent plate boundary is the washington-oregon coastline
  • A divergent plate boundary is where two plates pull away from each other allowing magma to rise.
  • Divergent Boundary
  • An example of what a divergent plate boundary creates is the mid ocean ridge.
  • Transform Boundary
  • Transform boundaries slide past each other and don't cause damage. They do cause earthquakes which can cause major damage
  • An example of a transform boundary is the san andreas fault
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