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P.7CDE Progress Check 1

Quiz by ALEJANDRO URBY

High School
Physics (2017)
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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Physics (2017)
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112.39.c.7.c

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  • Q1
    What direction is the air oscillating and what direction is the wave moving?
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    The air is oscillating perpendicular (right/left) to the velocity of the wave (up).
    The air is oscillating parallel to the velocity of the wave (up)
    The air is oscillating parallel to the velocity of the wave (right).
    The air is oscillating perpendicular (up/down) to the velocity of the wave (right)
    120s
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  • Q2
    How are transverse and longitudinal waves different?
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    Longitudinal waves have oscillations perpendicular to wave velocity. Transverse waves have oscillations parallel to the wave velocity.
    Both waves oscillate and move the same way, but transverse waves don't require a medium.
    Longitudinal waves have oscillations parallel to wave velocity. Transverse waves have oscillations perpendicular to the wave velocity.
    They're the same.
    120s
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  • Q3
    The wave in the diagram above can best be described as ―
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    Electromagnetic
    Transverse
    Pulse
    Longitudinal
    120s
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  • Q4
    If the wave travels at 343m/s and has a period of 1.2s, then what is the wavelength?
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    411.6m
    Not enough information
    285.8m
    0.0035m
    120s
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  • Q5
    The wavelength of the sound wave gradually increases. How does this affect the pitch of the sound?
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    Stays the same
    Decreases
    Increases
    120s
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