Waves

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  • yayyyy!!!
  • Morning Class. Today's Topic is on Waves.
  • THIS IS THE BEST SUBJECT OF THEM ALL!!
  • Waves are rhythmic disturbances that carry energy without matter.
  • How many types of waves are there?
  • 1st question is, Hanna, What are waves?
  • Wave length is the measure from crest to crest or trough to trough
  • Ms.Smith, what is wavelength?
  • What is a crest and a trough?
  • There are different parts that make up a wave. These parts include the crest, trough, wavelength, amplitude, frequency, and the resting point. There are also many different types of waves.
  • A crest is the highest point on the wave and the trough is the lowest point on a wave.
  • Can you explain what amplitude and frequency is?
  • What is the resting point?
  • The amplitude is the peak of a crest to the resting point or trough to the resting point. Frequency is  the # of wavelengths that pass in a given amount of time.
  • The resting point is a pause in the wave. There is no wave movement. This can alsobe k
  • What are mechanical waves?
  • The first wave is a mechanical wave. Mechanical waves are waves that needs matter or a medium to transfer energy. 
  • Examples of a mechanical waves are soundwaves, ocean waves, etc
  • What are electromagnetic waves?
  • The next wave is an electromagnetic wave. These types of waves do not need matter or a medium to transfer energy.
  • Examples of electromagnetic waves are microwaves, radio waves, tv waves, etc.
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