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## Introduction to Waves

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## Introduction to Waves

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## 13 Qs

1. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

Refers to any disturbance that carries energy from one place to another?

answer choices wave trough motion crest 2. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

Which is a characteristic of all waves?

all waves carry energy

all waves move through matter, from particle to particle

all waves transfer energy parallel to the direction of wave motion

3. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

Jenny is trying to describe a wave. Which example would be the best description?

a toy car hitting a wall and bouncing back

a toy car rear-ending a toy car that then rear-ends another toy car

two toy cars driving parallel to each other at the same speedf

two toy cars driving away from each other at the same speed

4. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

Which game most represents a wave?

answer choices hide and seek tic-tac-toe poker

tipping over dominoes

5. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

Brody and Ethel are arguing about waves. Brody says that waving his hand back and forth is a scientific wave. Ethel says it is not. Which statement best describes who is correct?

Brody is correct because the wave involves an input of energy

Ethel is correct because energy is not carried from one place to another

Brody is correct because the pattern repeats

Ethel is correct because the motion has not pattern

6. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

Which is the best analogy of a wave?

a wave is like building a ramp

a wave is like shaking a hand

a wave is like water rippling in a pond

a wave is like knocking down a building

7. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

This chart shows characteristics of 3 types of waves. Which information is best supported by the chart

Wave X and Wav Y are mechanical waves, and Z is electromagnetic.f

Wave X and Wave Y are electromagnetic waves and Wave Z is mechanical

Wave X and Wave Z are electromagnetic waves, and Wave Y is mechanical

8. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

Natalia is studying a wave produced in her magnetics lab. This wave can move through the empty space in a vacuum and carries a lot of energy. What wave is she most likely studying?

answer choices a sound wave an ocean wave a gamma ray 9. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

A scientist is studying a shock wave from an earthquake. What kind of wave is being studied?

an electromagnetic wave

a gamma ray a radio wave a mechanical wave 10. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

Which kind of wave would be observed in outer space between planets, where there is very little matter?

an electromagnetic wave such as an x-ray

an electromagnetic wave such as a sound wave

a mechanical wave such as an x-ray

a mechanical wave such as a sound wave

11. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

Which statement applies to transverse waves?

the waves have a trough

particles move great distances

the waves have alternating compressions and expansions

the energy is transferred parallel to the direction of the wave motion

12. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

Which best labels the chart?

Title 1 is "Longitudinal Waves" and Title 2 is "Transverse Waves"

Title 1 is "Transverse Waves" and Title 2 is "Longitudinal Waves"

Title 1 is Electromagnetic Waves" and Title 2 is "Mechanical Waves"

13. Multiple-choice 30 seconds Q.

What is the motion of the particles in this kind of wave?

the particles will move up and down over large areas

the particles will move up and down over small areas

the particles will move side to side over small areas

the particles will move side to side over large areas

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A ____________ is any disturbance that carries energy from one place to another.

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Atomic bombs send out a shock wave when they are detonated. This occurs because the bomb's detonation superheats the air particles nearby, which cause them to bump into other air particles that further the wave.

Which statement can most likely be made about the shock waves of atomic bombs?

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NOT: They are an electromagnetic waves.

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A ____________ is any disturbance that carries energy from one place to another.

Wave

Atomic bombs send out a shock wave when they are detonated. This occurs because the bomb's detonation superheats the air particles nearby, which cause them to bump into other air particles that further the wave.

Which statement can most likely be made about the shock waves of atomic bombs?

NOT: They are an electromagnetic waves.

Brody and Ethel are arguing about waves. Brody says that waving his hand back and forth is a scientific wave. Ethel says that it is not. Which statement best describes who is correct?

Ethel is correct because energy is not carried from one place to another.

Khalad is measuring the amplitude of a wave. What can be known about this wave?

It is a transverse wave.

Natalia is studying a wave produced in her magnetics lab. This wave can move through the empty space in a vacuum and carries a lot of energy.

What wave is Natalia most likely studying?

a gamma ray

Jenny is trying to describe a wave. Which example would be the best description?

a toy car rear-ending a toy car that then rear-ends another toy car

What do sound waves and infrared waves have in common, and what makes them different?

Both carry energy through space, but sound waves require matter to pass through and infrared waves do not.

Which kind of wave would be observed in outer space between planets, where there is very little matter?

an electromagnetic wave, such as an x-ray

Which statements apply to transverse waves? Check all that apply.

NOT

-The energy is transferred perpendicular to the direction of the wave motion.

-Particles travel the length of the wave, moving in an up-and-down motion.

What is the motion of the particles in this kind of wave?

NOT The particles will move up and down over large areas.

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## Natalia is studying a wave produced in her magnetics lab. this wave can move through the empty space in a vacuum and carries a lot of energy. what wave is natalia most likely studying? a sound wave an ocean wave a gamma ray an earthquake shock wave

Natalia is studying a wave produced in her magnetics lab. this wave can move through the empty space in a vacuum and carries a lot of energy. what wave is natalia most likely studying? a sound wave an ocean wave a gamma ray an earthquake shock wave Answers

The answer is a gamma ray, because it is a kind of highly energetic electromagnetic wave and electromagnetic waves can travel in vacuum, while sound waves, ocean waves and earthquake shock waves require a material medium to travel.

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