charlotte123
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The diagram below shows three types of earthquake waves, labeled A, B, and C at different time intervals.
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Which of these statements best describes the three waves? Wave A makes rocks move parallel to its direction of movement. Wave B makes rocks move parallel to its direction of movement. Wave A and Wave B are absorbed by gaseous medium. Wave A and Wave C are absorbed by gaseous medium.
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  • charlotte123
@countonme123 hello xD

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anonymous
  • anonymous
i am pretty sure its Wave A and Wave B are absorbed by gaseous medium.
charlotte123
  • charlotte123
@countonme123 wave a and wave b are p-waves and s-waves right? :)
charlotte123
  • charlotte123
P-waves Also known as primary waves or compression waves Travel through the solid and liquid parts of Earth Fastest earthquake waves Travel about 5 kilometers per second Always the first waves to appear on a seismogram Cause ground to move horizontally back and forth through compression S-waves Also known as secondary waves or shear waves Can travel through Earth’s solid portions only When they hit the liquid core, S-waves are no longer able to be detected. A shadow zone is created where earthquake waves are not detected P-waves bounce off the liquid core. S-waves are absorbed at the core. Cause ground to move back and forth in an S-shaped pattern
charlotte123
  • charlotte123
then there is C which is a surface wave :3 Surface Waves include: Rayleigh waves Also known as R-waves intense damage to the surface, especially to buildings Have a rolling motion, like the waves of the ocean Love waves Also known as L-waves Cause intense damage to the surface, especially to buildings Have a side-to-side motion similar to the movement of a snake
charlotte123
  • charlotte123
so, what do u think? XD
charlotte123
  • charlotte123
@countonme123 ? :P
charlotte123
  • charlotte123
@Ryaan can u help me please? :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
( Wave A and Wave B are absorbed by gaseous medium.) Now ask more people what they say.
charlotte123
  • charlotte123
@Ryaan okay :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Tag them..If majority says same,,then that would be correct
charlotte123
  • charlotte123
@kelliegirl33

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