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Which one of the following statements is true about P waves? They travel only through solids. They travel faster than S waves. They are the most destructive type of seismic wave. They cannot be
recorded on a seismograph.
P waves are faster than S waves
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User: The hypothesis that explains the release of energy during an earthquake is called the ____.

User: The hypothesis that explains the release of energy during an earthquake is called what?

User: Most earthquakes are produced by the rapid release of which kind of energy stored in rock subjected to great forces?

User: During an earthquake, the ground surface moves in which direction?

User: Which one of the following statements is true about P waves? They travel only through solids. They travel faster than S waves. They are the most destructive type of seismic wave. They cannot be recorded on a seismograph.

Weegy: P waves are faster than S waves
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