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During __________________, a wave bounces back when it meets a surface or boundary. A) reflection B) diffraction C) refraction D) interference
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User: During __________________, a wave bounces back when it meets a surface or boundary. A) reflection B) diffraction C) refraction D) interference

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During REFLECTION, a wave bounces back when it meets a surface or boundary.
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