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What does a wave mean on facebook?
Facebook Messenger can be used on many platforms like a mobile device or desktop, and …
What is one example of a radio wave?
A couple of examples of radio waves are televisions, radios, and laptop computers
Why do waves bend around corners?
Light waves indeed bend around corners because of diffraction , as shown in this illustration.
A wave transfers?
Energy, not matter
What is a stereo power amplifier?
A stereo power amplifier is simply a two channel power amplifier. You can runn it …
Is it true that every seventh wave bigger?
Waves move in sets and the 'seventh wave' – the bigger wave in the middle …
What is the source of energy for waves?
The question asks for the source and may mean the energy source that generates the …
Can hyperventilation cause inverted t waves?
Hyperventilation is already known as a cause of transient T-wave inversion ; however, it is …
How fast does sound travel?
Sound can travel in air at approximately 332 metres per second. This is fast but …
What does second wave coffee mean?
The second wave started in the 1970s, around the time that Starbucks started growing and …
How do gravitational wave detectors work?
Each detector contains two long 4km arms arranged in an “L” shape. These instruments act …
Which of the following is an example of longitudinal wave?
Some examples of longitudinal waves are sound waves , seismic P-waves, and ultrasound waves.
Do individual particles of a medium move as a wave moves?
yes, never forget it doesnt matter about size its the motion of the ocean.
How do you solve for the speed of of an electromagnetic wave?
The speed of an electromagnetic wave is 30,000 kilometers per second! So, it goes really …
Can light waves travel through a vacuum and why?
Light waves don't always need particles to travel through. They can also travel through …
What types of waves are the first waves to reach seismograph stations?
P-waves are the first seismic waves to arrive at a seismograph station.
How do i connect my laptop to my bose wave?
Plug one end of the audio cable into the headphone port on your laptop. …
Is wave rock a world heritage site?
No, Wave Rock is not a World Heritage Site.
Which type of wave is classified as electromagnetic?
A vaccum Those transverse waves which require electric field and magnetic field vibrating in a …
Why are there merger waves?
Merger waves occur, because the number of overvalued companies increases during a stock market boom …
Is wave energy expensive to run?
Large-scale wave energy is comparatively more reliable, consistent and potentially cheaper than other forms of …
How does frequency affect a wave's energy?
It really depends on the type of wave. In the case of electromagnetic waves, more …
What is being transferred with a wave?
a wave is a disturbance that transfers energy from one place to another.... …
Where is the wave on club penguin?
Which wave? You can surf at the Cove.
How to calculate wave frequency in hertz?
The frequency formula in terms of time is given as: f = 1/T where, f …
Sound is reallly an example of?
Sound is really an example of wave propagation of energy. Energy could be transported by …
Does wave velocity stay constant with increasing frequency?
If wavelength changes due to a change in the medium through which it travels, that …
What would happen if a rogue wave hit a cruise ship?
A rogue wave could also cause a cruise ship to capsize. This type of …
Is tidal wave car wash safe to use?
Tidal Wave Auto Spa has created a truly contactless experience for its customers. One of …
Why do they call it new wave?
Taking its name from the French New Wave cinema of the late 1950s , this …
What hair tool makes beach waves?
The most traditional way to get beachy waves is with a curling iron. Opt …
When an object vibrates it produces sound force is also a wave so does it also produces sound?
"Force is a wave" is not correct. Some forces may appear as waves, but not …
What does amplitude of a sound wave determine?
Amplitude is the volume of the sound in sound waves. The higher the Amplitude, the …
What are orthogonal wave functions?
Math Prelude: Orthogonal wave functions arise as a natural consequence of the mathematical structure of …

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