Describe the differences in speed and mode of travel between primary waves and secondary waves.

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Describe the differences in speed and mode of travel between primary waves and secondary waves.
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P waves push and pull rocks in the direction of travel. Their velocity is greater than the velocity of S waves. S waves shake the particles of material at right angles to their direction of travel.
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