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What waves transfer from one place to another?


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Answered 2010-05-29 05:11:21

All waves can travel from one place to another as long as they have a medium to travel through. The only waves that do not need a medium are electromagnetic waves. When using the word "transfer" though. Waves transfer energy; waves themselves are not transfered they simply travel.

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