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What are 4 parts of a sound wave?
longitudinal , transverse, crust, trough
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Amplitude and frequency.
Amplitude is the amount of deviation of a wave from the mean position , measured in Y axis when the sound waves are moving towards X axis.
The pinna of the ear collects sound waves. This is the part you see on the side of the head.
The Pinna/Pinnae collects the sound waves.
the four parts of a wave are Trough, crest, amplitude and wave length
Compression,Amplitude,Pitch/Frequency(They`re related),Rarefaction,Trough,Crest(They`re is more than 4 main parts) This is 5th Grade Stuff... Non-main parts of a sound wave: W…avelength
Frequency (or equivalently, wavelength) and amplitude. Frequency determines the sound's pitch (high or low). Amplitude is the volume (loud or quiet).
Crest and Trough Amplitude Wavelength Frequency
Sound waves that are compressed are made of (air) molecules that are more densely concentrated - that is (ie) more molecules are packed into the space of the compressed wave t…han there are in the (same) space of the surrounding expanded waves.
We can't think of a single way in which electromagnetic waves are at all connected with sound or related to it.
The "pitch" of the sound is determined by its frequency . (It would be much more elegant to call that a "characteristic" or a "property" of the sound, not a "part" of it.)…