|the movement of an object using force
|the rate of which work is done
|a push or pull exerted on an object in order to change motion
|a curl of water breaking the shore, sound traveling to your ear, and light shining
|the material- solid, liquid, or gas wave can travel through
|the highest point of a wave
|the lowest point of wave
|energy that is transferred from one end to another
|particles that move perpendicular compared to the direction of the wave
|when you use force to push something closer together
|when you pull something apart
|a wave that requires a medium
|a wave consisting of changing electric particles, a waves that doesn't require a medium
|the amount of energy that is being carried by a wave
|the distance from any point on a wave to the next identical point on the same wave
|the number of waves that pass a given amount of time
|the measurement used to measure frequency
|the speed a wave travels at
|If a group of mules are carrying 600 Newtons over a distance of 700 meters, how amount of work is being accomplished?
|A tractor pulls 800 Newtons of hay over the distance of 400 meters in 20 minutes, how much power is being used?
|1. What two things do you have to multiply to get work?
|force and distance
|2. What two things do you have to divide to get power?
|work and time
|3. Categorize these types of waves under mechanical or electromagnetic.
sound, sunlight, water, x-rays, jump rope waves, ultraviolet light
|mechanical- sound, water, jump rope waves
electromagnetic- x-ray, sunlight, ultraviolet
|4. If the wavelength of a transverse is shorter, is the frequency high or low?
|5. If the crest/trough of a wave is farther away from its resting point, will it have a higher or lower amplitude?
|If a horse runs 10 meters in 5 seconds, what is the wave speed?