An electromagnetic wave is produced by:
A. an accelerating charged particle or changing magnetic fields
B. an accelerating uncharged particle and changing magnetic fields
C. a stationary charged particle and a magnetic field
D. any moving particle and a magnetic field
I think it is A..?

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  1. Yes.

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