Waves may be transverse or longitudinal. Electromagnetic waves are transverse waves with a wide range of properties and uses. Sound waves are longitudinal waves.
How do oscillations move in a transverse wave?
At right angles to the direction of wave travel
Parallel to the direction of wave travel
How do oscillations move in a longitudinal wave?
What is the name for an area of low pressure in a longitudinal wave?
Which of these is an example of a transverse wave?
Which of these is not an electromagnetic wave?
Which of these groups has the highest frequency?
Which of these groups has the longest wavelength?
Which electromagnetic wave is used in satellite communication?
Which electromagnetic wave is not used for medical imaging?
Which of these electromagnetic waves is the most damaging to human tissue?