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A wave front has the form of a A. circle. B. surface of a sphere. C. straight line. D. sine wave.
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User: A wave front has the form of a A. circle. B. surface of a sphere. C. straight line. D. sine wave.

Weegy: A wave front has the form of a C. sine wave
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A wave front has the form of a surface of a sphere.
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