Transverse weave

Transverse weave
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  • Student have you ever heard of a transvers weave?
  • NO
  • Student plese look up at the board
  • The crest is the highest part of the wave and the trought is the lowest part of the wave 
  • crest 
  • Trought 
  • I put were the wavelegth and resting point is located up on the baord
  • Well A transverse wave is a moving wave that is made up of oscillations happening perpendicular to the direction of energy transfer. It can also mean that it is a wavethat causes the medium to vibrate amazingly \ at right angles to the direction in which they travel parallel to each other.
  • Wavelegth
  • Restingpoint
  • Student as you could see in the board a tranverse wave is like a wave in the ocen. But a tranverse wave is diffrent. A transverse wave hase a crest,trough,wavelegth,amplitude and a resting poin.
  • The red line is restingpoint to crest  Black line is the resting point to trough
  • In a transverse wave the crest is the highest part of the wave. The trought is the lowest part of the wave.
  • Blue = resting point to trough Amplitude 
  • Crest
  • Resting point 
  • Plese label everthing 
  • Wavelegth
  • Trought
  • Red = crest to resting point  Amplitude 
  • A transverse wave also has a resting point and a wavelegth. The resting point is the line in the middle and trhe wavelegth can be shown from  crest to crest or trough to trough.
  • Another thing I am going to talk about today is the amplitude. The amplitude can be found from the restingpoint to the crest or the restingpoint to the trough
  • Know that we are all done and you know were everthing is at do I have any volenteers to come up and label the everthing were it goose
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