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________________ happens when two waves pass through each other and combine. A) Interference B) Reflection C) Diffraction D) Refraction
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User: ________________ happens when two waves pass through each other and combine. A) Interference B) Reflection C) Diffraction D) Refraction

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Interference happens when two waves pass through each other and combine.
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