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Hi I am Brady.Today we are learning about waves. Before we beginning,we have to learn the two types of waves. Transverse and longitudinal waves. Transverse are the ones that move up and down. Longitudinal moves back and forth.
In the ocean which we are at, the waves are transverse which means to go back, and forth. the top of the wave is a crest, and the bottom of the wave is the trough
The actual wave definition is, a disturbance of energy from place to place. One of the most common types of is speaking. In between the rarefactions, and compressions the ear apprehends, the words at makes a sentence.
Let's talk about some refraction and incident wave. An indence wave the wave strikes and hits a barrier. refraction is bending a wave through a medium usually at different densities.
In transverse waves the amplitude is the higest of the wave. The wavelength is the distance of a crest and trough. In longitudinal waves the aplitude is dependant, of the amount of energy in the wave.
As we "wave" goodbye, we will remember what we learned today. Until we meet again, goodbye. this is the end
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