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W11Physics1CLec13A - Physics 1C Lecture 13A Quiz 1 Info It...

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Physics 1C Lecture 13A
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Quiz 1 Info It will be a Scantron test that covers Chapter 12 & 13 up to the material to be covered on Wednesday. You are to write the version of your test on the Scantron form You will be given a Quiz Code Number that will be your Quiz ID for the rest of the quarter You are expected to abide by UC Policy on Integrity of Scholarship Please bring you IDs
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Speed of a Wave For example, an ocean wave is traveling in one direction has a wavelength of 1.0m and a frequency of 1.25Hz. What is the speed (in m/s) of this ocean wave? v wave = ! f = 1.25 m s Please note that the water is not actually moving at this speed, but the wave is propagating at this speed. If a rubber duckie were sitting on the water it would most likely just bob up and down.
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Concept Question In the previous example, if the source of the wave suddenly doubled its frequency how does this affect the velocity of the wave ? A) The velocity of the wave would quadruple. B) The velocity of the wave would double. C) The velocity of the wave would remain the same. D) The velocity of the wave would half.
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