Which medium we should take to get both transverse and longitudinal waves....and also explain why not other medium..??
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not sure about the question
this is interesting
plasma may be your answer
but depends on how mow much science you want, i suppose.
eg you get waves in water, as in ripples on the surface and they're transverse. and sound travels in water as a longitudinal wave. that's both types in the same medium.
for example a slinky can vibrate along its length or it could be made to vibrate transversely
Waves in plasmas can be classified as electromagnetic or electrostatic according to whether or not there is an oscillating magnetic field.
An electromagnetic wave, in contrast, must have a transverse component, but may also be partially longitudinal.
I support @IrishBoy123 's answer..