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FM signals travel as changes in (1 point)

A.the speed of the wave.
B.the amplitude of the wave.
C.the frequency of the wave.***
D.the loudness of the wave.

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  1. Correct

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  2. thanks

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  3. No problem.

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  4. a

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  5. C.the frequency of the wave.

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  6. amplitude

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  7. So whats right?

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  8. It's C.

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