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2. Which statement is true of P-waves?

a. They travel the fastest through rocks.
b. They vibrate at 90° to the wave motion.
c. They are last to reach the epicenter.
d. They are the most damaging.

4. When rocks break, they cause _____ that move throughout the surrounding rock. If they are large enough, these _____ are felt as earthquakes.

a. strike-slip faults
b. vibrations
c. epicenters
d. compressions

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    2. C
    4. B

    Please check my answers.

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    Please Help me.

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    nvrmnd i got it

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    whats the answer ??? un number 2 ????/

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