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Which statement is true of P- waves ? They travel the fastest through rocks They vibrate at 90 degree to the wave motion They are last to reach the epicenter They are the most damaging
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anonymous
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P-waves are a type of body wave, called seismic waves in seismology, that travel through a continuum and are the first waves from an earthquake to arrive at a seismograph. The continuum is made up of gases (as sound waves), liquids, or solids, including the Earth.
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yep
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ps, c and d are not right
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Thank you again. :)
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yep
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gtg
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Thank you :)
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gtg in a minute

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