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Longitudinal seismic waves are known as a. primary waves. b. secondary waves. c. surface waves. d. transverse waves.
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User: Longitudinal seismic waves are known as a. primary waves. b. secondary waves. c. surface waves. d. transverse waves.

Weegy: Transverse seismic waves are known as secondary waves. -is True.
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Longitudinal seismic waves are known as: PRIMARY WAVES
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