mach 1 refers to the velocity of sound in water?true or false
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User: mach 1 refers to the velocity of sound in water?true or false

Weegy: false
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User: the distance from the crest one wave to the crest of the next wave is amplitude? true or false

Weegy: True the amplitude of a wave is the displacement of it's rest. So, the top of the wave, to the bottom of where it starts.

User: the rarefaction area of a sound wave is the part of the wave where the molecules are closest together?true or false

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Updated 176 days ago|6/13/2022 1:28:17 PM
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The rarefaction area of a sound wave is the part of the wave where the molecules are closest together. FALSE.
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