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Which have scientists learned from studying seismic waves that travel through earth’s interior?
Seismic waves are waves that travel through something with give, like our earth. They can be caused by many occurrances but typically are caused by explosions or earthquakes.
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User: Which have scientists learned from studying seismic waves that travel through earth’s interior?

Weegy: Seismic waves are waves that travel through something with give, like our earth. They can be caused by many occurrances but typically are caused by explosions or earthquakes.
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User: Which have scientists learned from studying seismic waves that travel through earth’s interior? A. The outer core of earth is liquid. B. Seismic waves cannot move through solid objects. C. Earth's mantle is liquid. D. Seismic waves are not affected by boundaries between earth's layers.

Weegy: Which have scientists learned from studying seismic waves that travel through earth’s interior? A. The outer core of earth is liquid.
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