Waves are described by their amplitude, frequency, wavelength and period. Diffraction is the spreading out of waves when they pass through a gap.
Which of these cannot travel through a vacuum?
What do we call the height of a wave?
What do we measure in hertz in sound waves?
What describes the spreading out of a wave after it has passed through a gap?
What size gap causes significant diffraction?
What are the units of frequency?
How do we calculate the frequency of a wave?
What is the period of a wave?
Which of these is not a type of electromagnetic radiation?
What is the wave speed equation?