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The speed of sound depends on (1 point)

A.the loudness of the sound.
B.the pitch of the sound.
C.the source of the sound.***
D.the properties of the medium it travels through

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  1. That's not correct.

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  2. then what would it be?

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  3. Why not try the question another time? Look at each of the options carefully.

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  4. Answers D, D because the properties of the medium a sound wave travels through is basically everything that has to do with sound.

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  5. Pick a better answer next time jeje

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