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A longitudinal wave is also known as a(n) _____ wave. A. seismic B. transverse C. oscillating D. compression
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A longitudinal wave is also known as a compression wave.
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A longitudinal wave is also known as a(n) _____ wave. A. seismic B. transverse C. oscillating D. compression
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A longitudinal wave is also known as a compression wave.
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The modern atomic model is also sometimes called the ________ model. A. quark B. Einstein C. final frontier D. quantum mechanics
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The modern atomic model is also sometimes called the quantum mechanics model.
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Two students want to test whether the acceleration due to gravity is 9.8 m/s², as listed in their textbook. They dropped a ball and measured its velocity at different times. Their results are in the table below. Did the students' results support the textbook's value for acceleration due to gravity? A. No, the students found that the ball did not accelerate. B. No, the students found that the acceleration was 8.7 m/s². C. Yes, the students' results agree with the textbook value of 9.8 ...
Weegy: Although you haven't posted the table. The answer would probably be B. No, the students found that the acceleration was 8.7 m/s². There will always be external factors that would in a way affect their experimentation. [ If it was stated that there were no external factors like wind, then the value should be 9.8 m/s2. ] (More)
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Bohr recognized that the electrons in the shells surrounding the nucleus were able to move to different energy levels. If an electron ________ enough energy it would jump to a higher energy level. A. created B. emitted C. absorbed D. transferred
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Bohr recognized that the electrons in the shells surrounding the nucleus were able to move to different energy levels. If an electron absorbed enough energy it would jump to a higher energy level.

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