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Two Types Mechanical – Transverse – Longitudinal Electromagnetic
Mechanical Waves Transverse – Moves up and down in the direction the wave is traveling – Examples: Radio, light, heat S-waves in earthquakes Waves in water
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Mechanical Waves Longitudinal – Moves backwards and forwards in the direction the wave is traveling – Examples: Sound waves P-waves in earthquakes
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Electromagnetic Waves Make up the electromagnetic spectrum Transverse waves Travel at the speed of light
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Mechanical vs. Electromagnetic Waves. Mechanical Waves Waves that require a material medium Examples include water, sound, and waves along a spring.
PWV. Waves and Vibrations Benchmark 4 Describe different types of waves and their technological applications.
Wave Introduction Wave Introduction FIZX. What’s a Wave? A transfer of energy through a repetitive pattern of some sort Most waves involve the repetitive.
Waves are oscillations and they transport energy. Medium: The matter through which a wave travels 2 Subsets of Waves: Mechanical waves that require.
Types of Waves and Their Properties. Transverse Waves Particles vibrate at right angles to the direction the wave is traveling Transverse Waves Particles.
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SSS TWO PHYSICS FIRST TERM WAVE MOTION. Definition of terms A wave is a physical disturbance which travels through a medium and transfers energy from.
Introduction to Waves. The location of energy sources may be different than where they are needed. The energy must be transferred from one location to.
During every waking and sleeping moment of our lives, we are bombarded with of energy.
Energy an object is said to have “energy” if the object has the ability to change its environment Two ways to transfer energy 1. through the application.
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Unit 4 Section 2 Notes Types of Waves.
Waves O 1.1 Waves. Waves Waves – disturbances that carry energy through matter or space but don’t carry matter. Mechanical waves – waves that require.
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