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Q: When you make a cell phone call, which type of electromagnetic wave is most likely transmitting the signal? a. infrared waves b. ultraviolet waves c. microwaves d. gamma ray waves
A: When you make a cell phone call, microwaves is most likely transmitting the signal.
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User: When you make a cell phone call, which type of electromagnetic wave is most likely transmitting the signal? a. infrared waves b. ultraviolet waves c. microwaves d. gamma ray waves

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Asked 7/17/2012 11:48:23 PM
Updated 260 days ago|10/6/2017 1:32:57 PM
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When you make a cell phone call, microwaves is most likely transmitting the signal.
Added 260 days ago|10/6/2017 1:32:56 PM
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