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what is transferred by a mechanical wave?

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  1. anonymous
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    water waves & sound waves

  2. anonymous
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    energy

  3. TuringTest
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    ...not really sure what you mean though, but I'll go with Tomas on this one.

  4. anonymous
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    The wave is the energy or product of some energy force. A wave of Photons moving through a sea of electron-positron pairs would continue on indefinitely giving off no energy until it hit something; Then it would not be a wave. SEE: Dirac Equation Quantum Physics...

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    energy

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