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BEST ANSWER GETS THE MEDAL Waves in a given area typically have a range of heights. For weather reporting and for scientific analysis of wind wave statistics, their characteristic height over a period of time is usually expressed as significant wave height. This figure represents an average height of the highest one-third of the waves in a given time period (usually chosen somewhere in the range from 20 minutes to twelve hours), or in a specific wave or storm system.

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  1. zaphodplaysitsafe
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    whats the question , and where is the figure

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    thats the wrong thanks here

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