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In any one material, all electromagnetic waves have the same A. amplitude. B. velocity. C. frequency. D. wavelength.
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User: In any one material, all electromagnetic waves have the same A. amplitude. B. velocity. C. frequency. D. wavelength.

Weegy: In any one material, all electromagnetic waves have the same velocity.
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User: If a bar magnet's neutral region is broken into two, what will most likely occur?        A. The segment that's longer will have a north and south pole.   B. Neither segment will have a north or south pole.   C. Each of the two segments of the original bar magnet will have a north and south pole.   D. One segment will have only a north pole, the other segment will have only a south pole.

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If a bar magnet's neutral region is broken into two, each of the two segments of the original bar magnet will have a north and south pole.
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