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what is necessary for a wave?

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What is necessary for a wave to form or what? I wish you would expend your question a bit.
Your answer could probably be that for a wave to form wind needs to blow across the water's surface, transmitting their energy to water. From there a wave forms, getting larger as it gets closer to the shore.

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I'm just going to say wind and water

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