Sound travels in a mechanical wave.
A standing 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.
Whenever a wave causes particles to move in parallel to its motion it is considered a longitudinal wave. Sound is a longitudinal wave because air currents move parallel to the sound wave.
A sound wave or an ocean wave, for example
Sound waves are always longitudinal in nature.
Sound is a mechanical wave.Light is an electromagnetic wave.
Sound is a longitudinal, mechanical wave that requires a medium.
Sound is a compressional wave.
A sound wave ... Although if the tree falls in the forest and no one is there to hear it does it make a sound? :))
An ultrasonic wave is not an electromagnetic wave; it is a sound wave.An ultrasonic wave is not an electromagnetic wave; it is a sound wave.An ultrasonic wave is not an electromagnetic wave; it is a sound wave.An ultrasonic wave is not an electromagnetic wave; it is a sound wave.
A wave may only travel through matter of some kind. 'Sound must have a medium in which to travel'. There is no matter in space, and so sound cannot be heard. (Sound is a wave)
A sound wave contains sound energy, a form of kinetic energy in which the molecules of a substance are vibrated to create a noise. (Note: Sound is not always audible to humans!)
An echo of a wave is exactly the same type of wave as the original wave. An echo is simply the original wave returning to the observer, so if you made a sound (a longitudinal wave of vibrating air molecules), the echo is also sound waves.
No, a sound wave is a compressional wave.
No. A sound wave is a pressure wave.
electromagnetic wave is not a sound wave
Sound travels through matter as transverse pressure waves.
yes a sound wave is a Compressional wave
A sound wave is considered a sinusoidal wave.