Class VIII

Land areas beneath seas and oceans are known as
  1. Oceanic Plates
  2. Terrestrial Plates
  3. Aquatic Plates
  4. Continental Plates
Boundary where Crustal Plate past each other is called the
  1. Constructive plate boundary
  2. Destructive plate boundary
  3. Active plate boundary
  4. Passive plate boundary
The Oceanic Plates form the
  1. Countries
  2. Sea beds
  3. Continents
  4. Islands
Magma is generally made up of
  1. Molten metals
  2. Molten sand
  3. Molten rocks
  4. Boiling water
Compared to Oceanic Plates, the Continental Plates are
  1. More dense and heavy
  2. Less dense but heavy
  3. More dense but light
  4. Less dense and light
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