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The Pacific Ocean is shrinking while the Atlantic Ocean is expanding. Which type of plate boundary must be involved in each location? Question 2 options: a.Pacific Ocean, convergent; Atlantic Ocean, divergent b.Pacific Ocean, convergent; Atlantic Ocean, transform c.Pacific Ocean, divergent; Atlantic Ocean, transform d.Pacific Ocean, transform; Atlantic Ocean, convergent
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Pacific Ocean, convergent; Atlantic Ocean, divergent Do you need me to explain why?
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The pacific ocean is a convergent boundary because it is deforming its span where two or more plates are colliding. The atlantic ocean is a divergent boundary because these boundary are known to construct their mass and it is expanding.

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