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6. Sound is an example of a(n) _____________ wave *
Longitudinal*******
Transverse
Surface
Electromagnetic
7. Which of the below options demonstrate reflection? *
A rainbow
Ripples in a pond*******
An echo
The tone that a plucked rubber band makes
8. Sound waves carry music from speakers across your backyard to your ears while you swim in your pool. The sound waves travel through air. Air is the *
Energy*********
Medium
Matter
Frequency

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