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Pitch 1 PT
Intensity 4 PT
rarefaction 5 PT
Decibels (dB) 1 PT
This wave phenomenon is caused by a shift in frequency due to the motion of the source of a wave relative to the observer.
The Doppler Effect 2 PT
It’s the direction a galaxy is moving when the galaxy is perceived to be red shifted.
Ships use this technology with sound waves to locate submarines under water.
SONAR 4 PT
Hertz (Hz) 1 PT
transverse 2 PT
It’s the speed of a sound wave that has a frequency of 33.3 Hz and a wavelength of 10 m.
333 m/s 3 PT
It’s the type of relationship that exists between frequency and wavelength
Inverse relationship 4 PT
This body seismic wave arrives second at a seismic station and cannot travel through liquids.
S-wave 1 PT
A spreading zone develops at this type of plate boundary, sometimes forming a mid-oceanic ridge
Oceanic crust 3 PT
Heat from Earth’s formation (gravitational contraction and extraterrestrial impacts) and decay of radioactive nuclides 5 PT
20 – 20,000 Hz 1 PT
It’s the two terms used to describe frequencies above and below our normal range of hearing
These types of waves travel slowest through solids and fastest through a vacuum
This wave phenomenon develops when the vibrations of one object match the natural frequency of another object, causing it to increase in amplitude.
resonance 4 PT
This wave phenomenon occurs when two identical waves constructively and destructively interfere to form nodes and antinodes.