How Do Sound Waves Work?

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They produce an energy in a particular area. They work the same as all waves work by creating the energy that moves in a relative space.
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A sound wave is similar in nature to a slinky wave for a variety of reasons. First, there is a medium which carries the disturbance from one location to another. Typically, this medium is air; though it could be any material such as water or steel... More »
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