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Where does most seismic activity occur? a.)in the center of tectonic plates b.)along tectonic plate boundaries c.)in mountains d.)deep within the earth
Most seismic activity occurs: along tectonic plate boundaries.
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Most seismic activity occurs: along tectonic plate boundaries.
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