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How does a convergent boundary differ from a divergent boundary? a. A convergent boundary is where plates come together and a divergent boundary is where they move apart from each other. b. A convergent boundary is where plates move apart from each other and a divergent boundary is where they come together. c. A convergent boundary is where plates slide past each other and a divergent boundary is where plates come together. d. There is no difference between a convergent and a divergent boundary.

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CherelleVirani

Someone said the answer was C, but a convergent boundary is not where two plates slide past each other, that would be called a transform boundary. The answer would be A. Because a convergent boundary is when two plates converge, or come together. A divergent boundary is where two plates diverge, or move away from each other.

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