# Light WavesSound WavesWave FeaturesComparisonsSeeing Waves 10 20 30 40 50.

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Light WavesSound WavesWave FeaturesComparisonsSeeing Waves 10 20 30 40 50

Another name for a Light Wave.

What is a Transverse Wave?

Unlike Sound Waves, Light waves can travel through this.

What is Space?

The Highest point of a Light Wave.

What is a Crests?

The Lowest Point of a Light Wave.

What is a Trough?

Light Waves Oscillate in this Direction.

What is Up and Down?

Another Name for a Sound Wave.

What is a Longitudinal Wave?

Sound Waves are a Vibration of this.

What is Matter?

The part of a Sound Waves where the distance between two wavelengths is shortest.

What is a Compression?

The part of a Sound Waves where the distance between two wavelengths is longest.

What is a Rarefaction?

Sound Waves Oscillate in this Direction.

What is Back and Forth?

The Distance from One Crest to another.

What is a Wavelength?

The rate at which Waves pass a given Point.

What is Frequency?

The Wave Travels through this.

What is a Medium?

The Distance between a Crest or Trough and the Medium of a Wave.

What is Amplitude?

The Number of Wavelengths that occur over a Period of Time.

What is Speed or Velocity?

This Wave has the Highest Frequency and the Shortest Wavelength on the Electromagnetic Spectrum.

What is a Gamma Ray?

As the Wavelength Increases, so does this.

What is Pitch?

If I were to turn up the volume of the music, what else would increase?

What is a Decibel?

As the sound gets lower, we are no longer able to here it because this has become too low.

What is Hertz?

Out of all the Colors of Visible Light, this one has the Longest Wavelength.

What is Red?

The Red Line is Measuring This.

What is Wavelength?

The Blue Line is Measuring This.

What is Amplitude?

The Orange Point is known as this.

What is a Crest?

The Green Point is a Measurement of this

What is a Trough?

The Purple Line is known as this.

What is a Medium?

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