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How is sound produced? matter vibrates
mass amount of matter in an object
What does friction covert energy of motion into? thermal energy
electromagnetic waves all waves that radiate from the sun
pitch how high or low a sound seems
the distance between a waves midpoint and its crest or through amplitude
a form of energy that moves out from a central point light
when sound bounces off a smooth surface echo
What types of matter can sound pass through? all states
How many colors do your eyes need to sense to see the visible spectrum? red yellow blue
sound with no regular wave pattern noise
pleasant sound with regular wave patterns music
amount of energy in a wave intensity
allows light to pass through transparent
does not allow light to pass through opaque
what type of energy is your body's source of energy? chemical energy
what does acceleration change directional speed
when thermal energy increases what else increases? temperature
law of conservation of energy energy cannot be created nor destroyed
a wave in which matter vibrates in the same direction as the energy traveling through it compressional wave
refers to the number of waves that pass a point in a given amount of time frequency
the distance between a point on one wave wavelength
examples of kinetic and potential energy kinetic energy moving potential energy position - car at the top of a hill
the ability to cause change energy
energy contained in the nucleus of an atom nuclear energy
energy from separating charges electrical energy
energy of light radiant energy
Created by: lyncall