# Science

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1. Compare the two light waves above. Which wave would produce the brightest light and which wave would have the least energy? (1 point)
a. wave A; wave A
b. wave A; wave B
c. wave B; wave A
d. wave B; wave B

Is it C?

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We can not see your picture or diagram or whatever.
low frequency is long wavelength is low energy.
I have no idea which is brighter. Perhaps one is not in the visible spectrum?

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Is there any way I can attach the picture?

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You can not copy and paste here. You could post it to a web hosting site like Scribd and then tell us how to find it (you can not post a link either) but that is a pain.

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I have the same test and or the same graph, I will tell you the answer in the shortest time, keep me in touch.

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does anyone no the answers pls in middle of this test

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