The Main Difference between a Radio Wave and a Sound Wave Is Their Different?

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The main difference between a radio and a sound wave is the sound wave is a longitudinal wave, where the waves are caused by particles passing on vibration.. The radio wave is a transverse wave and is electromagnetic waves.
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