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what is linear motion a motion that moves in a straight line
you spin the wheel of your bike ad it goes around 10 times. how many cycles is this 10 cycles
describe and example of oscillating motion you would find at ad amusement park swing, roller coaster
a wave is move one hand to and from in greeting or a signal
wavelength distance from any point one wave to the same point
t= f= v= t=d/v f=1/2 v=f lambda
cycle is unit of motion that repeats
period is time to complete 1 cycle
wavelength is distance from any point one wave to the same point on next wave
crest is top highest
trough is bottom lowest
equilibrium rest position
amplitude amount of a cycle
medium substance that the waves travel's through
a dog's tail wags 50.o times in for seconds in 40 seconds ( f=cycles/seconds) also what is the period frequency=1.25hz period=.8 seconds
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