HW Summary 6 Chapter 11 Sound_REVISED

Example from class in class we took a slinky and

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equal to the angle of reflected sound. Example from Class: In class we took a slinky and performed two tests with it. The first we set it on the table and moved it from side to side, this was to demonstrate longitudinal waves. We were able to see how like the electrons in the air the slinky expanded and compressed. Next we held the slinky in the air and wobbled it causing certain parts to go up and down in tandem. This demonstrated transverse waves. Furthermore, we then used a dot fixed to the slinky to act as an electron and we were able to watch it
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