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Sound waves can't travel through A. an elastic material. B. a solid. C. a liquid. D. a vacuum.
Sound waves cannot travel through B.) a vacuum.
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User: Sound waves can't travel through A. an elastic material. B. a solid. C. a liquid. D. a vacuum.

Weegy: Sound waves cannot travel through B.) a vacuum.
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Weegy: The distance from one molecule in a body to the nearest molecule in the body occupying a similar position and moving in the same direction is a Wavelength.
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Weegy: A. tightening the string.
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User: .   The multiple reflection of a single sound wave is a/an     A. reverberation.B. echo.C. refraction.D. diffraction.

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User: Through which one of the following mediums is the velocity of a sound wave the greatest?     A. AirB. SteelC. WaterD. Lead

Weegy: air
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