How Are Waves Classified?

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Waves are classified according to the direction of vibration of water relative to that of the energy transfer. They are categorized according to how they move, the three categories of waves are transverse waves, longitudinal waves, and surface waves. Waves can be dangerous both to man and animals especially during the storms of heavy waves along a water body.
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