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Which seismic wave arrives first at a seismograph station?Which arrives last? Which seismic waves cause most of the damage during an earthquake?

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    primary waves

    secondary waves

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    whats first and last

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    1.primary
    2.secondary
    3.seismic

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    thanks

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    primary waves arrive first. then secondary. then seismic. seismic also does the most damage.

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    which cause more damage during an earthquake

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    oh ok

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