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# Notes pb lab 05 making waves lab check

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### Notes pb lab 05 making waves lab check

1. 1. Making Waves
2. 2. Lab Check:Lab Check: Transverse Waveshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27a26e2C
3. 3. Transverse Wave
4. 4. Amplitude
5. 5. Crest
6. 6. Trough
7. 7. Longitudinal Wave
8. 8. The Longitudinal Wavehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubRlaCCQfDk&feature=related
9. 9. Longitudinal Wave
10. 10. Compression
11. 11. Rarefaction
12. 12. The Transverse Wave http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHcse1jJAto
13. 13. Exit Ticket:How do the characteristics oftransverse waves andlongitudinal waves compare
14. 14. Answer: Both waves transmit energy.– Transverse waves can travel through emptyspace or a medium while longitudinal wavesrequire a medium to transfer.– In a Transverse Wave the energy travelsperpendicularly to the wave– In a Longitudinal Wave the energy travels parallelto the wave
15. 15. Rewind…Essential Learnings
16. 16. Essential LearningsTransverse Waves– Energy travels perpendicular to thewave– Do not require a medium– Amplitude is the distance from therest position to the crest or trough ofthe wave.– Light travels in Transverse Waves
17. 17. Essential LearningsLongitudinal Waves– Energy travels parallel to the wave– The portion of this wave where it iscrowded together is called thecompression– The portion where the spacebetween compressions is greatest iscalled the rarefaction.
18. 18. Essential LearningsLongitudinal Waves– Requires a medium– Wavelength is the distance from onecompression to the next compressionof the wave.– Sound being produced by vibrationstravels in Longitudinal Waves
19. 19. Essential LearningsFin