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Waves Basics
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Waves Basics

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• Question 3
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Something that transports energy without transporting MATTER!!!!!

Waves

Energy

Particles

Work

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• Question 5
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Q. What type of waves have compressions and rarefactions?
longitudinal
transverse
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Another name for vibrations (moving back and forth) is called

Oscillation

Vibrate

Propagation

movement

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The direction in which a wave is traveling is called

Propagation

Equilibrium

Horizontal

Perpendicular

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A wave that causes matter to move parallel to wave propagation is called

Longitudinal waves

Transverse waves

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A wave that causes mater to move perpendicular to wave propagation is called

Transverse waves

Longitudinal waves

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The above image shows which type of wave?

Longitudinal

Transverse

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The above image shows which type of wave?

Longitudinal

Transverse

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The number of crest that pass through in one second is called

Frequency

wavelength

Amplitude

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Water waves are

transverse waves

longitudinal waves

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Sound waves are

longitudinal waves

transverse waves

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A short wavelength is equal to

a low frequency

slow wave speed.

a high frequency

I do not know and do not wish to answer.

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If the wavelength of a wave increased, what would happen to the frequency?

decrease

increase

stay the same

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The lowest point on a transverse wave is the

compression

crest

rest position

trough

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The highest point on a transverse wave is the

compression

crest

rest position

trough

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Q. Which part of a longitudinal wave is where particles are packed closely together?
compression
rarefaction
crest
amplitude
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Q. What is the material waves travel through?
Period
Frequency
Medium
Hertz
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Which letter is a trough?

F

G

H

J

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Which letter is a trough?