This Type of Boundary Forms When Two Plates Pull Apart?


There are three types of boundaries where the Earth's crust interacts: divergent, convergent and transform. When two tectonic plates are pulled apart, divergent boundaries are formed. The Mid-Atlantic Ridge is the best example of a divergent border where oceanic crust is formed and slides toward either North and South America or Europe and Asia.
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When the two plates are pulled apart it forms a Constructive Plate Boundary. When it is pulled apart, a big hole is made so material from the mantle fills the void and creates a new
Divergent Plate Boundary. Source(s) Earth science. Bleh.
Answer 1. Divergent Plate Boundary. Answer 2. A divergent plate boundary forms when two plates move apart, a convergent plate boundary forms when two plates move toward each other
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