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FORCE a push or pull of an object.
WORK the force to move an object.
WAVE the transfer of energy.
MEDIUM the material that a wave can travel.
CREST point where wave reaches it highest.
TROUGH point where wave is at its lowest.
LONGITUDINAL WAVE where waves move back and forth in same direction.
COMPRESSION when energy is combined into one and then split up again.
RAREFACTION where the energy is spread out opposite of compression.
TRANSVERSE WAVE where waves move to the direction or the direction or the direction it travels.
MECANICAL WAVES require medium.
ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES vibrations of electromagnetic fields and does not need a medium.
AMPLITUDE measure of how far partials in a medium and the amount of energy in a wave.
WAVE LENGTH a distance from point to point.
FREQUENCY the amount of waves that pass a given amount of time.
HERTZ the way frequency is measured in.
WAVE SPEED speed waves travel.
POWER the rate at which work is done work divided by time.
HOW DO YOU CALCULATE WAVE LENGTH wave length divided by frequency
BRANDON IS STROLLING THROUGH THE SCHOOL AND WHEN HE STOPPED HAD 3789 JOULES OF WORK THAT HE DID AND HE HAD WALKED FOR 2 MIN HOW MUCH FORCE DID HE HAVE? 31.575 N
HOW DO YOU CACULATE WORK? force times distance
WHAT DOES JOULES STAND FOR the unit for work
WHAT DOES NEWTONS STAND FOR the unit for force
WHAT NUMBER IS ALWAYS THE BIGEST WHEN CACULATING POWER work
WHAT DOES WATTS STAND FOR the unit for power
IF BRANDON WALKED 68 METERS AND HAS A FORCE OF 300 NEWTONS OF FORCE WHAT IS THE AMOUNT OF WORK THAT HE IS DOING 2040
Created by: brandon kennedy