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14. Scientists believe that the Great Rift Valley was created by
a. volcanic eruptions
b. tectonic forces
c. broadleaf evergreen
d. mid-latitude deciduous


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    Isn't it on the boundary of two plates? What exactly does tectonic mean?

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    ? i'm not sure

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    Use to look up words' meanings.

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