9 - Wave Motion - y Wave Pulse x y Wave Pulse X-vt X x A...

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x y Wave Pulse
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x y Wave Pulse X X-vt
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A piston at the end of a pipe moves in and out. What type of wave does the piston produce in the pipe? a) transverse b) longitudinal c) combonation
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A wave moves along a string at 5m/s. How fast does a molecule in the string move? a) 5 m/s b) c) d) More information is needed. s m / 10 λ π s rad / 10
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While singing a song, you change from a low note to a high note. What happens to the wavelength of the sound wave? a)It gets shorter. b)It gets longer. c)It remains the same. d)More information is needed.
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You and a friend are floating out in space. Your friend tells you that you look funny. How does the volume, as heard by you, compare to if you and your friend were at home? a) It is louder. b) It is the same. c) It is more quiet. d) You do not hear anything.
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A wave is sent along a long spring by moving the left end rapidly to the right and keeping it there. The figure shows the wave pulse at QR—part RS of the long spring
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9 - Wave Motion - y Wave Pulse x y Wave Pulse X-vt X x A...

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