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Tectonic plate movement is created by _____ in the underlying mantle. a.rigidity b.low temperatures c.convection d.condensation
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User: Tectonic plate movement is created by _____ in the underlying mantle. a.rigidity b.low temperatures c.convection d.condensation

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Tectonic plate movement is created by CONVECTION in the underlying mantle.
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