they differ because waves are sound waves and water waves are waves in the water.
Water waves are circular transverse waves.
No, water waves are mechanical waves.
electromagnetic waves can travel through vacuum while water waves travel in water.
Waves on the surface of the water are referred to as surface waves or circular waves. Waves in the depths of the oceans are referred to as longitudinal waves.
water waves travel through water and light waves travel through a vacuum (in space)
Yes (but not sound in water)
Compressional waves are waves that produce compression and rarefaction when traveling through a medium. Water waves are not considered as compressional waves.
No.They are mechanical waves.
Peaks and valleys to not create water waves, they are characteristic elements of water waves.
There are many forms of water waves. The characteristics of water waves that are transverse waves are that the particles of the wave move perpendicular to the direction the wave moves.
water waves, light waves, and sound waves
Water waves, sound waves.
Water waves have mechanical energy.
water waves doesn't transport water it just transport energy
Water waves are in fluid dynamics, wind waves or, more precisely, wind-generated waves are surface waves that occur on the free surface of oceans, seas.
Because of the fish in the water.Waves in the water- windWaves in your hair- heredity- or a permWaves in passing- someone saying hello
It means explain how electromagnetic waves are different than water and sound waves.
Waves formed on the surface of water are transverse in nature. But sound waves when propagated through water medium then that will be in longitudinal nature. Cannot be seen on the surface.
They are magnetic waves.
water waves are transverse waves
Water waves and light waves.
Sound waves and water waves are similar in that they are both caused by vibrations and carry energy. They are different in that a sound waves are three dimensional, while water waves are just two dimensional.
Water waves are mechanical, transverse waves