# Physical Science Spring Review Waves, Sound and Light.

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Physical Science Spring Review Waves, Sound and Light

Waves Which wave has the higher amplitude?

Waves Which wave has the higher amplitude? Amplitude is a measure of how tall a wave is so wave B has more amplitude. Drop of a Bullet

Waves Which wave a softer sound? Drop of a Bullet

Waves Which wave a softer sound? Wave A because it has a lower amplitude. Remember, the amplitude of a wave determines the energy and loudness of the sound. Drop of a Bullet

Forces and Motion Which wave has a longer wave length? Drop of a Bullet

Waves Which wave has a longer wave length? There is more distance between crests of B than A, so B has the longer wavelength. Drop of a Bullet

Waves Which wave has a longer wave length? There is more distance between crests of B than A, so B has the longer wavelength. Drop of a Bullet

Waves According to the Doppler Effect, if you are moving toward a sound the frequency will go ______ and the pitch will go ______. the opposite happens when you are moving away. Drop of a Bullet

Waves According to the Doppler Effect, if you are moving toward a sound the frequency will go up and the pitch will go up. The opposite happens when you are moving away. Drop of a Bullet

Waves Light travels fastest in which of the following? a. vacuum b. solid c. liquid d. gas Drop of a Bullet

Waves Light travels fastest in which of the following? a. vacuum b. solid c. liquid d. gas Drop of a Bullet

Waves Black pigments ______________. a. reflect all colors of light b. absorb all colors of light c. diffract light d. are mixtures of green, yellow and blue pigments Drop of a Bullet

Waves Black pigments ______________. a. reflect all colors of light b. absorb all colors of light c. diffract light d. are mixtures of green, yellow and blue pigments Drop of a Bullet

Waves Light displays additive properties so when we see “black "that means a. all wavelengths of light are mixing together b. no light is reflected c. red, blue and green light are reflected Drop of a Bullet

Waves Light displays additive properties so when we see “black "that means a. all wavelengths of light are mixing together b. no light is reflected c. red, blue and green light are reflected Drop of a Bullet

Waves Sound waves bending around corners is due to a. constructive interference b. diffraction c. reflection d. refraction Drop of a Bullet

Waves Sound waves bending around corners is due to a. constructive interference b. diffraction c. reflection d. refraction Drop of a Bullet

Waves Rainbow colored reflections on soap bubbles are the result of a. constructive interference b. destructive interference c. diffraction d. refraction Drop of a Bullet

Waves Rainbow colored reflections on soap bubbles are the result of a. constructive interference b. destructive interference c. diffraction d. refraction Drop of a Bullet

Waves Prisms separate light into its component colors through the process of a. diffraction b. reflection c. refraction d. total internal reflection Drop of a Bullet

Waves Prisms separate light into its component colors through the process of a. diffraction b. reflection c. refraction d. total internal reflection Drop of a Bullet

Waves Diffraction gratings separate light into its component colors through the process of a. diffraction b. reflection c. refraction d. total internal reflection Drop of a Bullet

Waves Diffraction gratings separate light into its component colors through the process of a. diffraction b. reflection c. refraction d. total internal reflection Drop of a Bullet

Waves What type of lens is represented in the diagram or by the symbol ()? a. concave b. convex c. plane d. partial Drop of a Bullet

Waves What type of lens is represented in the diagram or by the symbol ()? a. concave b. convex c. plane d. partial Drop of a Bullet

Waves What type of image is produced by this lens? a. real, inverted, smaller b. virtual, inverted, smaller c. real, inverted, larger d. virtual, upright. larger Drop of a Bullet

Waves What type of image is produced by this lens? a. real, inverted, smaller b. virtual, inverted, smaller c. real, inverted, larger d. virtual, upright. larger Drop of a Bullet

Waves What type of lens is represented in the diagram or by the symbol )(? a. concave b. convex c. plane d. partial Drop of a Bullet

Waves What type of lens is represented in the diagram or by the symbol )(? a. concave b. convex c. plane d. partial Drop of a Bullet

Waves What type of image is produced by this lens? a. real, inverted, smaller b. virtual, inverted, smaller c. real, inverted, larger d. virtual, upright, smaller Drop of a Bullet

Waves What type of image is produced by this lens? a. real, inverted, smaller b. virtual, inverted, smaller c. real, inverted, larger d. virtual, upright, smaller Drop of a Bullet

Waves What type of image is produced by a concave mirror when the object is outside the focal point? a. real, inverted, smaller b. virtual, inverted, smaller c. real, inverted, larger d. virtual, upright, smaller Drop of a Bullet

Waves What type of image is produced by a concave mirror when the object is outside the focal point? a. real, inverted, smaller b. virtual, inverted, smaller c. real, inverted, larger d. virtual, upright, smaller Drop of a Bullet

Waves What type of image is produced by a concave mirror when the object is inside the focal point? a. real, inverted, smaller b. virtual, upright, larger c. real, inverted, larger d. virtual, upright, smaller Drop of a Bullet

Waves What type of image is produced by a concave mirror when the object is inside the focal point? a. real, inverted, smaller b. virtual, upright, larger c. real, inverted, larger d. virtual, upright, smaller

Waves What type of image is produced by a convex mirror? a. real, inverted, smaller b. virtual, upright, larger c. real, inverted, larger d. virtual, upright, smaller Drop of a Bullet

Waves What type of image is produced by a convex mirror? a. real, inverted, smaller b. virtual, upright, larger c. real, inverted, larger d. virtual, upright, smaller Drop of a Bullet

Waves What is the equation for calculating the speed of a wave? Drop of a Bullet

Waves What is the equation for calculating the speed of a wave? v =   velocity = frequency x wavelength Drop of a Bullet

Waves What are the units for measuring frequency? Drop of a Bullet

Waves What are the units for measuring frequency? Hertz (Hz) Drop of a Bullet

Waves If the wavelength is 10 m and the speed is 5 m/s, what is the frequency of the wave? Drop of a Bullet

Waves If the wavelength is 10 m and the speed is 5 m/s, what is the frequency of the wave? v =   5m/s =   10 m  = 5 m/s = 0.5 Hz 10 m Drop of a Bullet