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Matter is needed to transfer thermal energy by A. conduction. B. convection. C. radiation. D. both a and b
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Updated 12/26/2014 2:29:04 PM
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BOTH A and B. Matter is needed to transfer thermal energy by: conduction and convection.

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Which wave causes the medium to vibrate only in a direction parallel to the wave’s motion? A. a transverse wave B. a surface wave C. a longitudinal wave D. none of the above
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A Longitudinal wave causes the medium to vibrate only in a direction parallel to the wave’s motion.

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When a sound source approaches you, the pitch you hear is A. lower than when the source is stationary. B. higher than when the source is stationary. C. the same as when the source is stationary. D. first higher and then lower than the pitch of the source when stationary
Weegy: Yes. This is called a blue shift, and is caused by shortening of the period of waves. It's inverse is a red shift, which occurs when the observer is moving further away from the source of sound. These are both examples of Doppler Shifts. (More)
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When a sound source approaches you, the pitch you hear is higher than when the source is stationary.
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Which of the following occurs as a light wave bends when it passes from one medium into another? A. constructive interference B. refraction C. destructive interference D. reflection
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Refraction occurs as a light wave bends when it passes from one medium into another.
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Because light travels in a straight line and casts a shadow, Isaac Newton hypothesized that light is A. radiation. B. a stream of particles. C. a wave. D. heat.
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Because light travels in a straight line and casts a shadow, Isaac Newton hypothesized that light is: A stream of particles.

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