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WavesSection 1 What Is a Wave? What does a wave carry?
WavesSection What Is a Wave? A wave is a disturbance that carries energy through matter or space.
WavesSection 1 What Is a Wave?, continued
WavesSection What Is a Wave?, continued mechanical wave: a wave that requires a medium through which to travel –examples: sound waves, water waves
WavesSection What Is a Wave?, continued medium: a physical environment in which phenomena occur
WavesSection What Is a Wave?, continued Electromagnetic waves do not require a medium.
WavesSection What Is a Wave?, continued electromagnetic wave: a wave that consists of oscillating electric and magnetic fields, which radiate outward at the speed of light
WavesSection What Is a Wave?, continued examples: visible light waves, radio waves
WavesSection What Is a Wave?, continued Waves transfer energy.
WavesSection What Is a Wave?, continued As sound waves travel outward, the spherical wave fronts get bigger, so the energy spreads out over a larger volume.
WavesSection 1 Vibrations and Waves How are waves generated?
WavesSection Vibrations and Waves Most waves are caused by vibrating objects.
WavesSection Vibrations and Waves, continued The vibration of a mass-spring system is called simple harmonic motion.
WavesSection Vibrations and Waves, continued A wave is a disturbance that transfers energy through a medium.
WavesSection 1 Transverse and Longitudinal Waves What is the difference between a transverse wave and a longitudinal wave?
WavesSection Transverse and Longitudinal Waves, continued transverse wave: a wave in which the particles of the medium move perpendicularly to the direction the wave is traveling
WavesSection Transverse and Longitudinal Waves, continued longitudinal wave: a wave in which the particles of the medium vibrate parallel to the direction of wave motion
WavesSection Transverse and Longitudinal Waves, continued Waves have crests and troughs or compressions and rarefactions.
WavesSection 1 Surface Waves How do the particles in ocean waves move?
WavesSection Surface Waves surface waves: waves that occur at the boundary between two different mediums, such as water and air
WavesSection Surface Waves The particles in a surface wave move both perpendicularly and parallel to the direction in which the wave travels.
Ch. 10 – Waves & Sound I. Characteristics of Waves Waves Transverse waves Longitudinal waves Measuring waves.
Ch Waves & Sound I. Characteristics of Waves Waves Transverse waves Longitudinal waves Measuring waves.
HW 1-16 CH. 25 WAVES. Ch A vibration causes a wave and a wave spreads out through space. 2.The period would be 1 second. 3.The pendulum.
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Waves & Energy Transfer Chapter Wave Properties Energy can be transferred by particles or by waves. Types of Waves - Mechanical, Electromagnetic,
WAVES. Waves can be… Water waves Sound waves Light waves Earthquake waves Waves in a slinky Stadium waves.
EM Waves The sound wave is moving through air and the water wave through water. Without matter to transfer the energy, they cannot move. Sound and Water.
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Waves. What Are Waves? Wave – a disturbance that transfers energy -- the energy transferred through a wave can be carried from the disturbance, through.
Which of the following waves requires a material medium through which to travel? (a) Sound (b) Television (c) Radio (d) X ray Q1.
Introduction to Waves Definition of wave A periodic disturbance which travels through a medium from one point in space to the others. Wave motion means.
Consider the Following ??. What is Light Electric Field... Is the space around an electric charge, it does not have mass. It is not matter It exerts.
UNIT 5: VIBRATIONS, WAVES & SOUND. Waves and Oscillations Pendulum swinging back and forth shows how oscillations can create waves.
Waves 1 Chapter 25. Vocabulary Wave Vibratory disturbance that propagates (moves) through a medium Pulse Single disturbance Medium Material through which.
Honors Physics. Then we will no longer be infants, tossed back and forth by the waves. Ephesians 4:14.
Examples of mediums… Sound waves = AIR Ocean waves = WATER Not all waves need a medium. Light and radio waves travel through space.
Characteristics of waves Pg. 47. Daily Science pg. 48 Name the two main types of waves. What are the two sub categories of waves? Draw the two types of.
Waves and Light. Wave A DISTURBANCE that transfers ENERGY from place to place. A DISTURBANCE that transfers ENERGY from place to place.
Waves. Wave: a disturbance that transfers energy from place to place. Medium: the material through which the wave can pass. Waves are classified by: 1.
Chapter 17 Mechanical Waves and Sound. Chapter 17 *Mechanical wave- disturbance in matter that carries energy from one place to another *Mechanical wave-
Vibrations and Waves. When you hang a weight on a spring, the weight applies a force to the spring and it stretches in direct proportion to the applied.
Waves and Energy Physics, Grade 8. Types of Waves Mechanical Waves need matter (medium) to travel through Mechanical Waves need matter (medium) to travel.
Waves Rowena D. Olicia CTP-LEAPPhilippines 4 th Year.
UNIT 5: VIBRATIONS, WAVES & SOUND. SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION Position vs. time graph for an object shows how oscillations can create waves.
Waves, Sound, and Light Chapter 1. Bell Work 1.Name two ways you can apply force to a soccer ball. 2.Name two ways the force you apply can change the.
Chapter 20. What do you think of when you hear the word wave? Write a brief description of what you know about them.
Waves, Sound and Light Chapters 15 and 16. Standards: SPS9. Students will investigate the properties of waves. SPS9a. Recognize that all waves transfer.
Chapter 10 Waves. Chapter 1o Section 1 The Nature of Waves.
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