matter energy media crests

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matter energy media crests
1. A wave can make a leaf bob up and down on the water, but it cannot move the leaf toward the shore. This is because waves only transfer matter energy media crests

This diagram is an example of destructive interference.
True False

2. Which of these waves do NOT require a medium?
Ocean waves Seismic waves Sound waves Radio waves

3. Which of the following is NOT a property of a wave?
refraction amplitude frequency wavelength

4. When two objects, such as marimba bars and columns, vibrate at the same frequency, this occurs.
refraction reflection resonance amplitude

5. If a wave is traveling at a certain speed and you cut its frequency in half, what would happen to its wavelength? The wavelength would be halved. The wavelength would produce a standing wave. The wavelength would remain the same. The wavelength would be doubled.

Identify the type of wave:
transverse longitudinal

6. How do waves transfer energy?
Through ocean waves By the vibration of particles in a medium Through compression By a combination of waves

7. A section of a longitudinal wave where the particles are crowded together is called a
rarefaction compression vibration surface wave

8. When the crests of one wave overlap the crests of another wave or waves, this occurs.
diffraction destructive interference constructive interference resonant frequencies

9. a periodic disturbance in a solid, liquid, or gas as energy is transmitted through a medium
frequency amplitude wave

10. a physical environment in which phenomena occur
diffraction transverse wave medium resonance

11. a wave that requires a medium through which to travel
mechanical wave transverse wave surface wave electromagnetic wave

The black arrows in the diagram show …
wavelength frequency amplitude refraction

12. a wave that does not require a medium
longitudinal wave surface wave transverse wave electromagnetic wave

13. a wave in which the particles of the medium move perpendicularly to the direction the wave is traveling mechanical wave surface wave transverse wave electromagnetic wave

14. a wave in which the particles of the medium vibrate parallel to the direction of the wave motion
longitudinal wave surface wave mechanical wave transverse wave

15. a transverse and a longitudinal wave that combine at or near the boundary between two media
electromechanical wave wavelength surface wave standing wave

16. the number of waves produced in a given amount of time
frequency wavelength wave speed amplitude

What is being measured in this diagram?
amplitude wavelength vibration interference

17. the speed at which a wave travels through a medium
frequency wavelength wave speed resonance

18. the maximum distance that the particles of a wave’s medium vibrate from their rest position
diffraction interference frequency amplitude

19. the distance from any point on a wave to an identical point on the next wave
frequency wavelength refraction interference

20. the bouncing back of a ray of light, sound, or heat when the ray hits a surface that it does not penetrate interference diffraction refraction reflection

21. the combination of two or more waves that result in a single wave
standing wave interference resonance refraction

This picture is an example of …
resonance interference reflection refraction

22. a pattern of vibration that simulates a wave that is standing still
standing wave diffraction resonance interference

23. the bending of a wave as the wave passes between two substances in which the speed of the wave differs reflection resonance refraction diffraction

24. a phenomenon that occurs when two objects naturally vibrate at the same frequency
diffraction interference resonance

25. a change in the direction of a wave when the wave finds an obstacle or an edge
diffraction amplitude reflection refraction

26. This diagram is an example of destructive interference.
True False