Which statement describes the transmission of mechanical waves?(1 point)

They cannot travel through matter, but they can in a vacuum.

They can travel through matter and in a vacuum.

They can travel through matter, but not in a vacuum.

They cannot travel through matter nor in a vacuum.

I think A

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  1. I don't agree with you. For example, the next time you go swimming, place your ear in the water, have a friend hit the wall on the opposite side of the pool and see if you can hear the sound. I'll be you can hear it AND it will sound louder than you can hear it in air. It just traveled through water (or air) OR just clap your hands and hear the report. The sound wave just traveled from your hands to your ears. Bingo, you heard it.

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  2. So what is it

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  3. I copied the answers from the test
    1. B
    2. B
    3. C
    this is all the answers

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  4. D

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  5. 1. Waves will pass through the material
    2. Matter is needed to transmit sound waves
    3. Seismic waves carry energy through Earth and shake Earth below the seismograph
    4. They can travel through matter, but not in a vacuum
    please don't cheat use this to check your answers.

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  6. Bdog_457 is completely wrong don't copy him hes

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  7. Air is a matter. It has mass and occupies space.

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