Sound (and vibration) waves may only travel in some medium. Such as air, metal and so on. They cannot travel in a vacuum.
A sound wave can travel mor quickly in water than in air
Yes, sound is a wave and it travels when there is a medium for it to travel through.
A sound wave travels in longitudinal waves.
A sound wave would be a good example of a wave needing a medium to travel.
A mechanical wave such as a sound wave requires a medium to travel through.
Sound is a pressure wave. Objects that "allow" sound to travel through them could be called wave guides.
Sound wave do not travel through vaccum as it need medium to travel.
As a sound wave travels it compresses the air particles around it together in order for it to travel because a wave cannot travel if the matter it uses isn't connected.
Sound is a mechanical wave and must travel through a medium, such as air, water, and solids. Sound waves cannot travel through a vacuum.
Sound waves travel the fastest through a solid.
Sound is a mechanical wave because it requires passing through a medium in order to travel. Air, water, and string are all examples of mediums that sound waves travel through.
As sound is a mechanical wave (unlike light, an electromagnetic wave), it requires a medium in which to travel, therefore, it cannot travel through a vacuum.
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)
The source that emitted the sound wave.
There is no atmosphere in outer space for sound to travel though. You can not have sound in empty space.
sound wave need material becuse sound wave formed by compresion and rarefaction
A sound wave can travel through air, water or any other liquid or solid matter. The distance the wave can travel is dependent on the medium the sound wave has to go through. Temperature and atmospheric pressure can also have an effect
the sound wave is travel through air well,
sound waves travel through the air particles
Sound waves are pressure waves.
In order for a sound wave to travel, it must compress and expand the molecules in the medium it travels through (such as air or water). In a vacuum, there is no medium to be compressed and expanded, so the sound wave cannot travel.
A mechanical wave (e.g. sound).
No , sound waves are longitudinal waves ,their vibrations are along the direction of travel of wave.
A sound wave can not travel from a satellite to earth because there is not an atmosphere in space. The sound wave has no way off traveling through the air because there isn't any air.
A radio wave travels about 874,000 times as fast as a sound wave,plus it doesn't need any material to move through, as sound does.