Asked in Physics
What are waves with low frequency?
What kind of waves? Water waves? Sound waves? Low frequency water waves move the boat up and down slower. Lower frequency sond waves make a lower town, but if its too low the human ear can't hear it. Or maybe you are talking about Electric and Magnetism? You should give more info in the question. It is too general. ...
What happens to the speed of the waves if the frequency of the wave source is halved?
It is easiest to think of sound waves. Halving the frequency will make the wavelength longer but it doesn't slow the sound wave at all ...
Asked in Physics, Sound Waves
Which uses high-frequency sound waves to make an image of a developing fetus?
Asked in Mechanics, Sound Waves
What sound waves make low pitched sound?
Pitch is affected by the frequency and wavelength of a sound wave. When the frequency is lower there are not as many waves per second, and the wavelength becomes longer. A low pitch is made by the low frequency and long wavelength of a sound wave. ...
What is the frequency of an EM wave that has a wavelength of 1 mm?
If only there were an equation that related the speed of EM waves, wavelength, and frequency... c=(wavelength)(frequency) Make sure and keep your units straight. ...
Asked in Sports, Surfing, Wave Power
How can you take waves to the left if you can only take them right?
make three rights to make a left. haha.
What does frequency mean in sound terms?
Frequency, referring to sound, is the amount of complete waves every second that produce sound. For example: High pitched sounds, like the sound that whistles make, have a high frequency (lots of waves per second). And Low pitched sounds like the sound that a subwoofer makes have a low frequency (Not so many waves per second) The average human can hear from 20hz (cycles per second) up to around 20,000hz (cycles per second) ...
Asked in Radio
Do radio waves and light have the same frequency?
No. If a wave has the frequency of radio, then it's a radio wave. If it has the frequency of light, then it's a light wave. You can't see the radio waves that fill all the space around you, or even the powerful ones that pour out of a radio transmitter, and your radio doesn't make any sound when you shine a flashlight on it. The lowest light frequency that we can see is about 1,400 times higher than the highest radio frequency that we know...
Asked in Science, Electricity and Magnetism
Do all electromagnetic waves have the same frequency?
No. Electromagnetic waves make up the entire electromagnetic spectrum from gamma rays to radio waves. These range in wavelength from nano meters to meters. This change in wavelength changes the frequencies and in an inversely proportional manner. ...
Asked in Earthquakes
What kind of movement is produced by each of the three types of seismic waves?
P waves - compress and expand the ground like a accordion S waves - vibrate from side to side as well as up and down Surface waves - make the ground roll like ocean waves The Earthquake is produced by each of the three types of seismic waves. ...
What is the relationship between the wavelength and frequency and energy of a wave?
Wavelength and frequency are inversely proportional. The higher the frequency, the shorter (lower) the wavelength. Energy is proportional to frequency, and higher frequency waves will have a higher energy. Mathematically, frequency = 1 divided by wavelength, or f = 1/λ Use the link below for more information, including a diagram or two to make things clearer. ...
Asked in Physics
How is frequency measured in a wave?
Well, c'mon man I had told ya freaking losers to talk straight u fetha doggy dog frequency is measured in a wave because of the winds coming from the sea which go in the sky to become solid gases that petrol you with acid rain and that causes diseases like six packs and body full of cricket nuggets plus an apple of berry juice that can make u feel good guys don't study it's just a waste of ur six packs...
Asked in Physics
Two sound waves of the same frequency can interfere with each other but two sound waves must have different frequencies in order to make beats. Why?
To alternate between constructive and destructive interference requires different frequencies. ...
Asked in Electronics Engineering, Physics
How does the frequency of a radio wave compare with the frequency of the vibrating electrons that produces it?
The frequency of a radio wave compares to the frequency of the vibrating electrons that make it because the frequency of a radio wave is proportional to the frequency of the vibrating electrons that make it. ...
Asked in Example Sentences
How would you use the idiom make waves in a sentences today?
The management frowns on those who make waves.
Asked in Physics, Energy, Kinematics
How can you make sound into energy?
Sound waves are energy waves. All you need to do is pass them along or through something that can collect or resonate them. A microphone is a good example of a device that collects sound waves. Any drum will resonate sympathetically with one specific sound frequency passed along it's surface. ...
Asked in Musical Instruments
How does a musical instrument make sound waves in the air?
Musical instruments have some part that vibrates at a regular frequency. This vibrating part makes the air around it vibrate and these vibrations make the sound waves. The part that vibrates is often a string or a reed or a drum-head or in the case of horns, the player's lips. The vibrations are amplified by a column of air or a sounding board or something else that resonates at the frequency produced by the original vibration. ...
Asked in Science, Inventions, Physics, Radio
What are tv waves used for?
Electromagnetic waves in the assigned frequency range of each channel are used to carry information to the TV receiver, which the receiver can use to reconstruct copies of the sound and picture that go together to make up the program being broadcast on that channel. ...
How do you make a tally table and frequency chart?
week frequency cumulative frequency 1 2 3
What are the differences between AM and FM waves?
There is no fundamental difference in the waves. It so happens that in the USA, commercial AM radio broadcasts in a frequency band around 1 MHz, and FM radio broadcasts in a band around 100 MHz, so their frequencies and wavelengths are different. But that has nothing to do with being AM or FM waves. The codes used to manipulate the waves in order to make them carry information are different for AM and FM, but there's no physical difference in the waves themselves. ...