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Unit X waves

Speed The rate at which an object moves, equal to the distance traveled per time interval.
Distance The length measured between two points.
TimeInterval The time between two events
Velocity Speed in a given direction
Rate Ex. Speed is the ratio of distance of time A ratio of two different kinds of measurement.
Amplitude The distance from the line of origin to a crest through the wave
Wavelength The distance between two consecutive crests
Line of origin Signifies the original position of the medium
Trough The lowest point of the wave below the line of origin
Crest The highest point of the wave above the line of origin
Solid The closest particals can be with a definite shape or volume
Liquid The particals that don't have a definite shape but has a definite volume
Gas Particals without a definite shape or volume
Decibel Unit used to measure the intensity of time
Tone quality Difference among sound that have the same pitch and loudness.
Created by: Gibbs.ayden21