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HELP ILL MEDAL! A divergent boundary is different than a convergent boundary in that Question 4 options: plates slide next to each other in a divergent boundary and collide in a convergent boundary. plates spread apart in a divergent boundary and collide in a convergent boundary. plates collide in a divergent boundary and slide next to each other in a convergent boundary. plates slide next to each other in a divergent boundary and spread apart in a convergent boundary.

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    The second answer choice

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    Thank you so much!

  4. triciaal
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    consider the words diverge --go away converge -- meet

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