How do you compare and contrast magma and lava?

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The words magma and lava are very easy to compare and contrast. The two words mean essentially the same thing, they are both molten rock. The difference lies in location, magma is molten rock underneath the Earth's surface while lava is magma that has come up to the surface.
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