Describe how sound is caused by vibration?

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  1. Sound is caused by vibration because when you talk or something makes sounds it is becasue the certain things like the molecules in the air vibrate which then causes the sound to come out and my one question for you is is am i giving you the answers to your homework?

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  2. The answer is probably so; however, for short answers we often answer a few questions.

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