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If you tied a rope to your house and pulled and you or the house doesn't move, how much work was done? 0 work
What is the highest point in a transfer wave called? The Crest
What is the lowest point in a transfer wave called? The Trough
What is the equation for work? Work= Distance X Force
What is Force Measured in? Newton's
What is work measured in? Juloes
What is the definition of power? The time it takes to move a object
What is the middle of a transfer wave The medium
What is a transfer wave A transverse wave is a moving wave that consists of lines moving occurring perpendicular (or right angled) to the direction of energy transfer.
If s spring a trampoline was stepped on, would there be Rarefaction or Compression? Compression
If you were holding a Slinky and some one came and grabbed the other end, pulling it. would there be Rarefaction or Compression? Rarefaction
With higher frequency comes high or low amplitude? high amplitude
Does a crest go with a transfer wave or a longitudinal wave? Transfer wave
If a wave is at the rest position where would it be? on the medium
Does Compression and rarefaction go with transfer waves or longitudinal waves? Longitudinal waves
Do sound waves have Compression and Rarefaction or Crest's and Trough's? Compression and Rarefaction
Does high frequency have long or short wavelengths? Short wavelengths
Where do longitudinal waves start and go to? From Compression to Compression or Rarefaction to Rarefaction
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