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Which one of the following types of volcanoes would be the most explosive? A. Volcanoes that have thin magma B. Volcanoes that contain small amounts of water C. Volcanoes that have large
amounts of silica D. Volcanoes that contain small amounts of carbon dioxide
A. Volcanoes that have large amounts of silica.
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User: Which one of the following types of volcanoes would be the most explosive? A. Volcanoes that have thin magma B. Volcanoes that contain small amounts of water C. Volcanoes that have large amounts of silica D. Volcanoes that contain small amounts of carbon dioxide

Weegy: A. Volcanoes that have large amounts of silica.
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User: the type of boudary in which two plates slip past each other is a -

Weegy: In plate tectonic boundaries were two plates slides past eachother, there's apparently little damage done most times, unlike the other plates boundary types. So such boundaries are called the Conservative Boundaries. [ Its also known as the Strike-slip Zone, due to the side by side movement of plates in such boundaries. Read more: ]
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