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physics in a wave


anna

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living so close to the lake we see water waves all the time. a water wave is longitudinal because the particles go with the direction of the water. the water is not actually moving when a wave is produced but the energy is. the energy in the water is pushed farther and farther inland until it reaches the shore but while the energy is causing the water to create a wave, the same water where the wave started is not what reaches the shore.

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