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waves review

science

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wave transfers energy
the wave that makes a right angle to the direction the wave is traveling in is called a compressional wave
the high part of a transverse wave is a crest
the low part of a transverse wave trough
transverse wave are light waves
sound waves are compressional waves
visible light is part of the _ spectrum electomagnetic spectrum
what do you call the apparent bending of waves as they pass from one medium to another
what is the relationship between frequency and wavelength As the frequency increase the wavelength decrease
what is the relationship between frequency and energy As the frequency decrease the energy decrease
which has more energy x-ray or micro x-ray
what is the speed of light 300,000,000 m/s
what is the speed of sound in air at 20*c 343 m/s
what do you call the ray going IN insidence ray
what do you call the ray going OUT reflected ray
what is the law of reflection the angle out = the angle in
what is the name of the angle next to the incident ray Angle of Incident
what is the name of the angle next to the reflected ray Angle of Reflection
what is the motion of a sound wave side-side
a sound wavelength is from where-where compression-compression
sound needs a what in order to transfer energy a medium
wave transfers energy
the wave that makes a right angle to the direction the wave is traveling in is called a compressional wave
the high part of a transverse wave is a crest
the low part of a transverse wave trough
transverse wave are light waves
sound waves are compressional waves
visible light is part of the _ spectrum electomagnetic spectrum
what do you call the apparent bending of waves as they pass from one medium to another
what is the relationship between frequency and wavelength As the frequency increase the wavelength decrease
what is the relationship between frequency and energy As the frequency decrease the energy decrease
which has more energy x-ray or micro x-ray
what is the speed of light 300,000,000 m/s
what is the speed of sound in air at 20*c 343 m/s
what do you call the ray going IN insidence ray
what do you call the ray going OUT reflected ray
what is the law of reflection the angle out = the angle in
what is the name of the angle next to the incident ray Angle of Incident
what is the name of the angle next to the reflected ray Angle of Reflection
what is the motion of a sound wave side-side
a sound wavelength is from where-where compression-compression
sound needs a what in order to transfer energy a medium
Sound travels fastest in_then_and slowest_ fastest in solids than liquid and slowest in gas
sound travels faster in air when it is raining
the part of the em spectrum with the longest wavelength and lowest frequency is radio
another name for "heat" waves is infared
what part of the em spectrum do colors fit in visible light
the part of the spectrum responsible for suntan U.V
the part of the spectrum that can take pictures of your bones X-Ray
the part of the spectrum with the highest frequency and the shortest wavelength is the gamma
where on the spectrum does sound fit it does not have a place on the spectrum because the em spectrum is all transverse wave and sound is a compressional wave
when hit light passes through a _ a spectrum will form prisim
when you can't see through something opaque
when you can see clearly through it transparent
when you can see somewhat through it translucent
name 4 ways light waves are different from light waves light doesn't need a medium to travel when sound does frequency velocity up and down and side to side
Created by: Paschsy2