In the image, two cookies are used to model tectonic plates. Which plate boundary does this model represent? A.) Convergent Boundary

C.) Transform boundary

D.) none of these
In the image, two cookies are used to model tectonic - 1

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Answer 1
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The correct answer is the divergent boundary.  

A divergent boundary, in plate tectonics refers to a linear characteristic, which prevails amid the two tectonic plates that are moving away from each other. The Mid-Atlantic Ridge and the Great Rift Valley are the examples of divergent boundaries.  

Iceland is an illustration of a country going through a continental divergent boundary. The Mid-Atlantic Ridge differentiates Iceland and is the boundary between the Eurasian and the North American tectonic plates.  


Answer 2
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Answer:I believe the answer is C. Transform plate boundary. Search up three of the names and see how they look and compare it to the picture up above.


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