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Grade 7 Tectonics
The Himalayas were formed along what type of plate boundary?
  1. Transform boundary
  2. Divergent boundary
  3. Convergent boundary
Grade 8 Tectonics
Volcanic island arcs are associated with what type of plate boundary?
  1. divergent boundary
  2. convergent boundary
  3. transform boundary
Grade 8 Tectonics
When tectonic plates diverge, or move apart. Example: Mid-Atlantic Ridge
  1. transform boundary
  2. divergent boundary
  3. convergent boundary
Grade 5 Tectonics
Volcanoes form mainly at what type of plate boundary?
  1. divergent boundaries
  2. transform boundaries
  3. strike-slip boundaries
  4. convergent boundaries
Grade 8 Volcanoes
Where do most volcanoes occur?
  1. divergent boundary
  2. transform boundary
  3. convergent boundary
Grade 7 Tectonics
Boundary where crust is neither created or destroyed.
  1. Divergent boundary
  2. Convergent boundary
  3. Transform boundary
Grade 8 Tectonics
When tectonic plates converge, or come together. Ex: Himalayan Mountains
  1. transform boundary
  2. divergent boundary
  3. convergent boundary
Grade 8 Tectonics
When tectonic plates slide past each other. Example: San Andreas Fault Line
  1. Divergent Boundary
  2. Convergent Boundary
  3. Transform Boundary
Grade 6 Tectonics
A place where two plates slip past each other, moving in opposite directions, is known as a
  1. transform boundary.
  2. convergent boundary.
  3. rift valley.
  4. divergent boundary.
Grade 10 Tectonics
At what tectonic plate boundary do plates slide horizontally past each other?
  1. divergent boundary
  2. transform boundary
  3. continental-continental boundary
  4. oceanic-oceanic boundary
Grade 8 Tectonics
What kind of plate boundary occurs where two plates grind past each other without producing lithosphere?
  1. Convergent boundary
  2. Divergent boundary
  3. Transform fault boundary
  4. Seafloor spreading boundary
Grade 8 Tectonics
The boundary between two plates moving together is called
  1. a divergent boundary.
  2. a convergent boundary.
  3. a transform boundary.
  4. the lithosphere.
Grade 7 Tectonics
A plate boundary where two plates move past each other in opposite directions.
  1. transform boundary
  2. divergent boundary
  3. convergent boundary
  4. rift valley
Grade 10 Tectonics
Places where tectonic plates move apart are called
  1. convergent boundaries.
  2. transform boundaries.
  3. subduction zones.
  4. divergent boundaries.
Grade 7 Tectonics
Mid-ocean rifts form at
  1. convergent boundaries.
  2. divergent boundaries.
Grade 8 Tectonics
New ocean crust is formed at
  1. divergent boundaries.
  2. convergent boundaries.
  3. continental volcanic arcs.
  4. transform fault boundaries.
Grade 8 Volcanoes
Active volcanoes are most likely to form at
  1. transform fault boundaries.
  2. divergent boundaries.
  3. the center of continents.
  4. convergent oceanic–continental boundaries.
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