Wave project in Science part 1
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Welcome to the Beach! Today I'm going to be talking about Waves! So let's go!
StoryBoard By Sadie Meyer
You can see now that the waves are crashing against the sand really hard, this means that the waves have a high amplitude!
Amplitude ~ the definition of Amplitude is the amount of energy that the wave has.
When the wave hits the rock, the energy of the wave in trasferred to the rock, and then the water bounces back.
Inside the wave, the energy is transferrred in an "S" Movement and it is parrellel to the energy source.
The waves are created by the disturbences in the earth and it creates energy.
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