Waves

Waves
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  • Hello, everybody! I am going to be telling you about waves today.
  • To start, a wave is a form of carrying energy!
  • If I drop the rock in the pond, you can see waves!
  • Sound is also an example of a wave!
  • Waves are a form of carrying energy. There are two categories of waves: Electromagnetic and Mechanical. Electromagnetic waves do not need a medium ( an object that a wave can pass through) to travel, while mechanical ones do.
  • Tranverse Wave
  • Rippling water is and example of a transverse wave. They are waves that run along a wavelength (like the cord that it is attached to) and rise and fall simultaneously. It is also an example of a mechanical wave.
  • Mechanical 
  • Sound is an example of a longitudinal wave, waves that travel straight across the length of the wavelength, traveling parallel to where the motion is applied. It is also a form of a electromagnetic wave. 
  • This is an image of the waves if we were able to see them clearly.
  • Longitudital Wave
  • Some examples of waves.
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