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A _______ is a rhythmic movement that carries energy through space or matter.       trough crest  wave tide       
A WAVE is a rhythmic movement that carries energy through space or matter. 
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A WAVE is a rhythmic movement that carries energy through space or matter. 

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The product of 7/16, 4/3, and 1/2 is 7/24.
7/16*4/3*1/2
= (7*4)/(4*4*3*2)
= 7/(4*3*2)
= 7/24
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The product of 8/15, 6/5, and 1/3 is 16/75 .
8/15*6/5*1/3
= (8*2*3)/(15*5*3)
= (8*2)/(15*5)
= 16/75
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