No. Aplitude is the height of the wave. Frequency and wavelength can be used to calculate the speed of the wave by multiplying them together (if the units are appropriate).
Hi The term used to refer the height of a wave is "significant wave height".
The height of a wave is the amplitude.
The height of a wave is the distance from the trough to the crest. The amplitude of a wave is always half of it's height.
That wave height is too much for me!
The height of a wave crest or depth of a trough is called the amplitude of the wave.
As the wave enters shallow water, the wave height increases, and the wavelength decreases.
Is the height of the wave.
it depends on the height of the wave
This is just the definition of "amplitude". The amplitude of a wave is the height of the wave. "Amplitude" is a fancier name for "height" when we speak about waves.
The average wave height is 125 feet.
The height of the wave.
No, but the wave can inundate coastal areas to a height equivalent to the wave height.
Waves are measured by a recorder that tracks wave periods and frequencies. Measuring the trough and the crest of the wave is how get the actual height.
A wave will break when it's height becomes greater than 1/7 of the wave length.
amplitude is equal to one half of the wave height the greater the energy of the wave the greater its amplitude
To calculate the velocity of a wave you need the wavelength and frequency of a wave. v= frequency X wavelength
There is no relation between wave length and wave height. You can change the wave height independently from the wave length. Wave height tells you which amplitude the wave has. If you think of sound that means how loud it is. The wave length tells you the pitch or the frequency of this sound, that means high or low sound. Long wavelength means bass sound and short wavelength means treble sound.
The maximum height of a wave is called the crest.
The wave height and energy.
the answer is : energy
The height of a wave above the median line is referred to as the amplitude, or displacement.