Amplitude is the maximum displacement of a wave. The amplitude determine the loudness of the sound
The amplitude of a light wave shows the light's brightness relative to waves of similar wavelength.
In a transverse wave,amplitudeis the measure from the resting position to either the crest (high point of the wave) or to the trough (low point of the wave.)
Amplitude times frequency.
Loudness or volume.
what does a wave with high amplitude have
Energy content of the wave is dependent on the amplitude of the wave
The amplitude of the wave [ y = -2 sin(x) ] is 2.
wellllll energy of the wave controls the amplitude of a wave
Frequency of the sound wave ?Amplitude of the sound wave ?The temperature of the medium ?The density of the medium ?
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 amplitude of a wave doesnt affect the amplitude because amplitude is affected by force energy. If more pressure was applied on the wave it would be stronger causing greater amplitude.
* wavelength * frequency * amplitude of a transverse wave * amplitude of a compressional wave * amplitude and energy * wave speed
Amplitude is related to the intensity because square of the amplitude is proportional to the intensity of the wave.
No. Wave speed depends on frequency and wavelength, not amplitude.
Amplitude of a wave is simply the highest point the wave ever reaches.
Amplitude is a characteristic of a wave, so it is not actually transmitted transmitted by a wave.
No. Amplitude refers to the height of a wave. If the wave is a sound wave a larger amplitude would mean a louder sound.
amplitude is equal to one half of the wave height the greater the energy of the wave the greater its amplitude
Nope. Amplitude varies as wavelength change. Amplitude of a wave is not related to wavelength. Amplitude describes the strength or forcefulness of a wave, not the length of a wave.
The type of wave in which amplitude changes to create sound is a sound wave. Amplitude is the measure of the changes within the wave.
The amplitude of a sound wave is interpreted as volume.
It has a large amplitude if the compressions of the wave are dense.
Wave energy is proportional to the square of the amplitude.