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Are all of these true?

1. Ocean ridges are not associated with orogeny at convergent boundires.

2. At a convergent boundary involving two oceanic plates, you would expect to find a fault-block mountain.

3. Convergent plate boundaries are most often associated with orogenic belts, because that's where volcanoes occur the most at.

4. Rift zones cannot form as a result of oceanic-oceanic convergence.

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