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Waves Part 1 (6.P.1.1)
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Wave Type Wave Movement Sound, Light and Seismic Waves Wave Properties Waves and Speed
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Type of wave that doesn't need a medium
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Type of wave that doesn't need a medium
Electromagnetic (EM)
Type of wave the does need a medium
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Type of wave the does need a medium
Mechanical
A mechanical wave ________ travel forever
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A mechanical wave ________ travel forever
CANNOT
A mechanical wave loses ________ as it travels
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A mechanical wave loses ________ as it travels
ENERGY
A Mechanical wave travels faster in __________ materials
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A Mechanical wave travels faster in __________ materials
DENSER
Describe the direction of a transverse wave movement
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Describe the direction of a transverse wave movement
Perpendicular to the disturbance or Up and down/side to side from the disturbance
Describe the direction of a longitudinal wave movement
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Describe the direction of a longitudinal wave movement
Parallel to the disturbance or front to back with the disturbance
List an example of something with transverse wave movement and an example of something with longitudinal wave movement
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List an example of something with transverse wave movement and an example of something with longitudinal wave movement
Transverse - Light or Rope; Longitudinal - Sound, Slinky or Spring
What are the 4 parts of a transverse wave and tell how to identify them
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What are the 4 parts of a transverse wave and tell how to identify them
Crest - top of wave; Trough - bottom of wave; Wavelength - crest to crest; Amplitude - middle to top
What are the 4 parts of longitudinal wave and tell how to identify them
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What are the 4 parts of longitudinal wave and tell how to identify them
Compression - bunch; Rarefaction - spread out; Wavelength - middle of one compression to the next; Amplitude - how compressed
Sound is an example of a _______ wave with a _______ movement
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Sound is an example of a _______ wave with a _______ movement
Mechanical; Longitudinal
Light is an example of an _______ wave with a ________ movement
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Light is an example of an _______ wave with a ________ movement
Electromagnetic (EM); Transverse
Which seismic wave type can travel through both liquids and solids
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Which seismic wave type can travel through both liquids and solids
Primary Wave (p-wave)
Which seismic wave type can only travel through solids and not liquids
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Which seismic wave type can only travel through solids and not liquids
Secondary Wave (s-wave)
Sound, light and seismic are waves...so what do they have in common
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Sound, light and seismic are waves...so what do they have in common
They are all created by a disturbance and THEY ALL TRANSFER ENERGY!
What is a wave property
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What is a wave property
A part of a wave that can be identified and measured
Name the properties of a wave that we can measure
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Name the properties of a wave that we can measure
Amplitude, Wavelength, Frequency, Speed
What does the amplitude of a wave tell us
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What does the amplitude of a wave tell us
How much ENERGY it has (bigger amplitude = more energy and smaller amplitude = less energy)
What does the wavelength of a wave tell us
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What does the wavelength of a wave tell us
If it has high or low frequency (more spread = low frequency and more bunched = high frequency)
What does frequency of a wave tell us
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What does frequency of a wave tell us
The pitch (high or low sound) of the wave (higher frequency - higher pitch; lower frequency = lower pitch)
Why does sound travel fastest through a solid
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Why does sound travel fastest through a solid
A solids particles are closer together
Rank seeing light, feeling sound and hearing sound from slowest to fastest
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Rank seeing light, feeling sound and hearing sound from slowest to fastest
Hearing sound, Feeling sound then Seeing Light
What factor causes seeing light to be first and feeling sound to be second
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What factor causes seeing light to be first and feeling sound to be second
Medium - does it require one or not
What factor causes feeling sound to be second and hearing sound the be thrid
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What factor causes feeling sound to be second and hearing sound the be thrid
Density - is the medium solid, liquid or gas
What causes waves to travel at different speeds
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What causes waves to travel at different speeds
Medium and Density (because some require mediums and mediums have different densities)
All waves transfer ______________ but not _______________!
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All waves transfer ______________ but not _______________!
All waves transfer ENERGY but not MATTER!




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