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Compared to radio waves, ultraviolet rays have relatively (2 points) A) more energy and shorter wavelengths. B) more energy and longer wavelengths. C) less energy and longer wavelengths. D) less energy and shorter wavelengths.
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User: Compared to radio waves, ultraviolet rays have relatively (2 points) A) more energy and shorter wavelengths. B) more energy and longer wavelengths. C) less energy and longer wavelengths. D) less energy and shorter wavelengths.

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Compared to radio waves, ultraviolet rays have relatively: more energy and shorter wavelengths.
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