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Which wave causes the medium to vibrate only in a direction parallel to the wave’s motion? A. a transverse wave B. a surface wave C. a longitudinal wave D. none of the above
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User: Which wave causes the medium to vibrate only in a direction parallel to the wave’s motion? A. a transverse wave B. a surface wave C. a longitudinal wave D. none of the above

Weegy: C. a longitudinal wave
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User: A wave has a wavelength of 10 mm and a frequency of 5.0 hertz. What is its speed? A. 50 mm/s B. 50 hertz/s C. 2.0 mm/s D. 0.50 mm/s

Weegy: A. 50mm/s is the speed of a wavelength of 10 mm
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User: Which part of the ear amplifies the vibrations from sound waves? A. outer ear B. inner ear C. middle ear D. both a and b

Weegy: C. Middle Ear is the correct answer since it serves to transform the energy of a sound wave into the internal vibrations of the bone structure of the middle ear and ultimately transform these vibrations into a compressional wave in the inner ear. [ Refer to this link for more details ]
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User: The part of the ear that sends coded nerve signals to the brain is A. the outer ear. B. the inner ear. C. the middle ear. D. the eardrum.

Weegy: B. the inner ear.
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User: For refraction to occur in a wave, the wave must A. strike an obstacle larger than the wavelength. B. change direction within a medium. C. enter a new medium at an angle. D. enter a new medium head-on.

Weegy: C. enter a new medium at an angle.
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User: When a sound source approaches you, the pitch you hear is A. lower than when the source is stationary. B. higher than when the source is stationary. C. the same as when the source is stationary. D. first higher and then lower than the pitch of the source when stationary.

Weegy: Not moving. Not capable of being moved; fixed. Unchanging: a stationary sound.
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User: In an earthquake, a P wave is a longitudinal wave. It moves through soil and rock as a A. wavy line. B. series of faults. C. series of compressions and rarefactions. D. series of crests and troughs.

Weegy: In an earthquake, a P wave is a longitudinal wave. It moves through soil and rock as a c. series of compressions and rarefactions.
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User: When a wave strikes a solid barrier, it behaves like a basketball hitting a backboard. This wave behavior is called A. constructive interference. B. diffraction. C. refraction. D. reflection.

Weegy: D. reflection
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User: Transverse and longitudinal waves both A. have compressions and rarefactions. B. transfer energy through a medium. C. move at right angles to the vibration of the medium. D. are capable of moving the medium a long distance.

Question|Asked by jdog23
Asked 4/3/2014 10:41:32 AM
Updated 9/6/2014 5:11:00 PM
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Transverse and longitudinal waves both: transfer energy through a medium.

Added 9/6/2014 5:11:00 PM
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Confirmed by jeifunk [9/6/2014 10:36:46 PM]
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