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What do you mean by Crest and trough?
What is trough and crest on a transverse wave?
What is the crest and trough of a sound wave?
What is the difference between crest and amplitude?
What is called crest?
What trough means?
1a : a long shallow often V-shaped receptacle for the drinking water or feed of domestic animals. b : any of various domestic or industrial containers. 2a : a conduit, drain, or channel for water especially : a gutter along the eaves of a building.
What makes a wave crest?
What is crest trough amplitude and wavelength?
wave is a called the crest, and the low point is called the trough. For longitudinal waves, the compressions and rarefactions are analogous to the crests and troughs of transverse waves. The distance between successive crests or troughs is called the wavelength. The height of a wave is the amplitude.…
What is a transverse crest?
Is amplitude distance between crest and trough?
What is half the distance between the crest and the trough?
What is another name for the crest of a wave?
Is compression a trough or crest?
|Highest point on a transverse wave. Also called the peak.
|Lowest point on a transverse wave.
|A point of maximum spacing between particles of a medium for longitudinal waves.
|A point of minimum spacing between particles of a medium for longitudinal waves.