Waves W and Y are longitudinal waves, Wave X could be a longitudinal or transverse wave, and Wave Z is a transverse wave.

Waves W and X are longitudinal waves, Wave Y could be a longitudinal or transverse wave, and Wave Z is a transverse wave.

Waves W and X are transverse waves, Wave Y could be a longitudinal or transverse wave, and Wave Z is a longitudinal wave.

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**D Waves W and X are transverse waves, Wave Y could be a longitudinal or transverse wave, and Wave Z is a longitudinal wave. Just took the test on edge it's a cumulative exam **

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**Answer: ITS D ON EDGE "Waves W and X are transverse waves, Wave Y could be a longitudinal or transverse wave, and Wave Z is a longitudinal wave."**

**Explanation:edge 2023**

The spring is compressed a total of 3.0 cm, and used to set a 500 gram cart into motion. Find the speed of the cart at the instant it is released, assuming all the elastic potential energy is converted.

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How do convection cells in Earth's atmosphere cause high and low pressure belts?

Does the depth of a pan affect how water freezes?

If the bug has a mass of 0.05 kg and accelerates at 2 m/s2 whats the net force on the bug

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How do convection cells in Earth's atmosphere cause high and low pressure belts?

Does the depth of a pan affect how water freezes?

If the bug has a mass of 0.05 kg and accelerates at 2 m/s2 whats the net force on the bug

The device used to datermine a electromagnet is a /compass

in the same direction as the force

B.

independent of the force

C.

in the opposite direction of the force

D.

perpendicular to the force

**Answer:**

**In the same direction as the force**

**Explanation:**

Consider an object in which force is applied. The force applied moves the object in the direction of the force.

Suppose if the force is applied to the moving object in that case object moves in the direction of the stronger force.

Thus, **according to the given question the applied force moves the object in its direction.**

When you apply force on an object you 'accelerate' it. Of courese if there are no other forces, if there are some other forces, you will have to find the net force, and that will give you the direction for acceleration. Now why does an object acceleratee ? The formula for force is, mass times acceleration . That means if an mass is accelerating that means a force is applied to it basicly. So acceleration has a direction. A object's acceleration's direction shows where the object will move. Meaning the answer is. A.

in the same direction as the force (btw acceleration and the net force have the same direction)

in the same direction as the force (btw acceleration and the net force have the same direction)

**Answer:**

F=10.8N

**Explanation:**

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False

**Answer:**

*The statement is true*

**Explanation:**

__Energy Conversion__

When an object starts to fall in free air, it speeds up as it falls. The force of gravity acting on the object causes energy to be transferred from its gravitational potential energy to its kinetic energy. We can safely say the height converts to speed and vice-versa. If no external forces act on the system, we can easily calculate heights and speeds by knowing the total mechanical energy (gravitational potential plus kinetic) is conserved.

Answer:

insulation

convection

radiation

**Answer:**

Radiation is the answer to your question

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