|What is a crest?
|The highest point of a transverse wave.
|What is the frequency?
|The number of wave crests or troughs that pass a point in one unit of time.
|What is a reflection?
|How waves bounce off an object.
|If a material is translucent, what does it mean?
|Only some light passes through.
|If a material is transparent, what does it mean?
|Light passes through.
|If a material is opaque, what does it mean?
|No light passes through.
|What is diffuse reflection?
|Bouncing back light waves from an uneven surface.
|What is refraction?
|The bending of a wave.
|What is a trough?
|The lowest point of a transverse wave.
|What are the colors of the visible spectrum in the correct order?
|Red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple.
|What is the amplitude?
|The height of a wave from its trough or crest to its midpoint.
|What is the wavelength?
|The distance between wave crests of troughs in a transverse wave.
|What is a compression?
|The distance between wave crests or troughs in a transverse wave.
|Why is an object the color that we see?
|White lights makes the spectrum and whenever it goes through it makes color.
|What is a rarefaction?
|A light in a straight line.
|All waves carry ______.
|What is a medium?
|A solid, liquid or gas.
|What types of waves need a medium to travel through it?
|What is the correct order of the visible spectrum from the lowest frequency to the highest frequency?
|Purple (highest) to red (lowest)
|Which color absorbs all the colors in white light?
|Which color reflects all the colors in white light?
|Which electromagnetic waves kill cancer cells?
|Which electromagnetic waves take pictures of your bones?
|Which electromagnetic waves can give you a sunburn?