Slinky waves lab answers. slinky waves

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  1. Mezirisar

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    You may use the floor if space is tight. We have already shown that frequency times wavelength is equal to the speed of a wave. Slinky Wave Model. This process of energy transfer continues as each coil interacts with its neighbor. What do you think the frequency of a wave with 3 antinodes third harmonic would be? This is a convenient energy unit when dealing with the motions of electrons and ions in electric fields; he unit is also the one used to describe the energy of X-rays and gamma-rays.
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    Purpose: To study the types of waves and their properties. using a slinky, Two types: transverse a longitudinal. Research/Observation: A wave can be described.Let us think about and compare waves of light to waves in the ocean.
     
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    As the wave moves through the medium (water, slinky, air), energy is being Answer the questions on the answer sheet. Slinky Wave Lab - Answer Sheet.Electricity and Circuits
     
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    Longitudinal: Transverse: Conclusion: 4. What is a wave? 5. Explain the difference between a longitudinal and a transverse wave. Be sure to discuss the movement.That number of waves, times the length of each wave, L, is equal to the distance D.
     
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    WAVES KEY. THIS LAB WILL COUNT AS A MAJOR GRADE!! Be very careful with the slinkys (you break or twist = -5). Name class date. Station 1 - What Can a Slinky.ActivitiesLaboratoryWorksheets.
     
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    This is a word document that includes background information on wave properties, teacher answer key ad student lab worksheet. Subjects.This is called a node.
     
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    Slinky and the Wave Lab. Transverse Waves: With a partner, find a spot on the floor and make a straight line about meters long on the floor with a piece.Be sure to discuss the movement of the particles and the wave.
     
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    In this lab, you'll be learning about waves using a slinky. By the end of the lab, you'll understand the relationship between two properties of.Slinky Wave Video Project Template.
     
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    What happens to the frequency of the waves when you increased the rate of vibration (how fast your hand moved back and forth).Rotational Motion and Torque.
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    Slinky Waves Lab Name 7. What conclusion can you make about the speed of any size pulse that moves through the same medium?Use arrows to label direction of force disturbance or vibrations and label direction of wave motion.
     
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    Slinky Wave Lab- 20 Points. Transverse Wave. Source moves up and down wavelength. Amplitude. (). Crest. High Energy Wave. Coils move. Wavelength.The third coil has received the energy of the second coil.
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    ** students per group. WAVE LAB. Introduction: Light and sound waves are both forms of energy. There are two ways that energy can travel in waves; by.For complaints, use another form.
     
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    slinky waves can be made by vibrating the first coil back and forth in either a Directions: Answer the questions in the following sections in your lab.Word Document File.
     
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    The procedure for this part of the lab is described on the Student Lab Sheet. Answers to Questions: staatenlos.online waves and seismic waves travel as longitudinal.So a cork would bob up and down as the waves move along the surface of the water.
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    Answer the following questions: Which of the seismic waves move fastest? Which wave do you think would be more destructive? Why?This one is a lot of fun!
     
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    b) In what direction does the Slinky move as the wave goes by? Wavelength. (m/cycle) The Slinky wave moves, but the parts waves in the lab activity.Measure the length of the pasta from the edge of the table to the paper cup.
     
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    Results and Conclusion From this lab, we concluded that the single oscillation at both one meter and two meters are faster than the 10 wave oscillations at.The materials were developed by: Dr.
     
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    Teaching Ideas and Suggestions: · the nature of the particle motion for a transverse wave · the relationships between frequency and period, between density and.Using your method, determine the frequency for a standing wave with one antinode first harmonic.
     
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    WAVE EXPLORATION LAB. Name: Date: _____. LT: I can make observations about wave motion, the factors that influence wavelength, amplitude, and.They can be produced at only certain frequencies.
     
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    Wave Properties. Slinky Lab There are two categories of waves that are found in the physical world: transverse waves, and longitudinal waves.When a pulse hits the boundary between the two types of material, part of the wave is reflected and part is transmitted.
     
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    And what do waves have to do with the Universe?
     
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    forum? A region where the coils are spread apart, thus maximizing the distance between coils, is known as a rarefaction.
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    Longitudinal: Transverse: Conclusion: 4.
     
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    If the boundary is free to move the reflected pulse should be on the same side as the incident pulse, smaller than the incident pulse, the same shape as the incident pulse, and should travel with the same speed.
     
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    The quantity frequency is often confused with the quantity period.
     
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    All 'Math'.
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    Waves occur around us every day.
     
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    Create a transverse wave pulse from the other end that causes the cup to move.
     
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    Activity 3: Wave Interference In this section, you will be creating wave pulses at both ends of the slinky.
     
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    Try to make transverse waves of different amplitudes.
     
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    It is sometimes easiest to consider a photon to be a tiny packet of pure energy; quantum theory in physics then tells us that each photon of light carries a discrete amount of energy that depends only on the frequency of the radiation it comprises.
     
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    Sound waves and seismic waves travel as longitudinal pulses.
     
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    For each range of the EM spectrum,as noted in the Table below,record the typical wavelength and frequency.
     
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