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constructive forces change earth by building up land or mountains from the earthquakes. Also, volcanoes spit out lava which turns into new rock. Destructive forces are basically weathering of the land and erosion from water, ice, wind, temperatures, or other natural stuff.

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Q: How do constuctive and destructive forces change earth?
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