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What are sonic waves? How are soonic waves created?
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A sonic wave is better known as sound wave. A sound wave is a big group of particles that move in a longitudinal way along any medium through which the sound is traveling; it can be air, water, etc. The sound waves are created when small areas of high and low pressure propagate outward from the source. The source can be our voice, speakers, a thunder, etc.

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