In what ways are sound waves and electromagnetic waves different? A. They travel at different speeds. B.Electromagnetic waves have frequency but not wavelength. C.Sound waves have frequency but not wavelength. D.Sound waves have wavelength but not frequency. PLEASE HELP GIVE YOU MEDAL & FAN YOU

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In what ways are sound waves and electromagnetic waves different? A. They travel at different speeds. B.Electromagnetic waves have frequency but not wavelength. C.Sound waves have frequency but not wavelength. D.Sound waves have wavelength but not frequency. PLEASE HELP GIVE YOU MEDAL & FAN YOU

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I'm sorry but I'm not the most qualified person to help out :(
for both we can define frequency AND wavelenght. they definitively travel at different speeds so A is the answer. note that, that one, is not the only difference

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yes it is

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