Wave, Sound, and Light Review

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Wave, Sound, and Light Review

Vocabulary Prepare the following vocabulary words.
Wave, Sound, Longitudinal Wave, Transverse Wave, Medium, Frequency, Wavelength, Crest, Trough, Amplitude, Wave Speed, Reflect, Wave Speed, Refract, Compression, Rarefaction Review your cards; Are they in your own words? Do you have a picture?

Waves Directed Reading Chapter 20 Section 1
Waves transfer ___________________. Some waves need something to travel through. It is called a _____________________. When you make waves using a Slinky, what is the medium that the wave is traveling through? You are playing the radio in a car a full volume holding a cold can of pop. What are all of the mediums that the sound travels through? How do you know?

Waves Continued… Draw and label a Transverse Wave.
Draw and label a Longitudinal Wave. Do all waves need a medium? Explain.

Frequency, Amplitude, Wave Length, and Wave Speed Directed Reading Chapter 20 Section 2
What is frequency? What is wavelength? What is amplitude?

EM Spectrum Directed Reading Chapter 22 Section 2
What wave property is used to divide the EM Spectrum. Are EM Waves Tansverse or Longitudinal? Explain Do EM waves need a medium? Explain Where does all of the energy that the Earth uses come from?

Sound Science Court: Sound Directed Reading Chapter 21 Sections 1 and 2
What kind of wave does Sound make? Transverse or Longitudinal. Explain. Why does sound need a medium? How does sound react to different mediums? Describe how sound travels. Use of these words Vibrate/vibration, media/medium, particles, energy, wave.

Light: Reflection and Refraction Directed Reading Chapter 22 Section 3 Light Lab Bill Nye: Light Optics Give some examples of reflection. Give some examples of refraction. Reflect=___________ Refract=_________ What does Roy G Biv stand for?

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