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musicfuryu

  • one year ago

In which type of wave would you find a rarefaction? water wave light wave-is this the answer? sound wave radio wave

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  1. electrokid
    • one year ago
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    sound wave.. why sound wave is a longitudinal wave all others are the transverse waves

  2. electrokid
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    just like you have crests and troughs in a translational wavem you have compressions and rarefactions for longitudinal waves -> due to varying pressures

  3. mailtoarko
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    sound wave . its longitudinal the primary wave being compression and the reaction wave being rarefraction

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