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# Mechanical Wave

## Introduces waves in matter and how they transfer energy.

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## Mechanical Wave

What a mechanical wave is and what it travels through, and different types of mechanical waves.
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## Mechanical Waves

by Jeffrey Deal //basic
What a mechanical wave is and what it travels through, and different types of mechanical waves.
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## 역학적 파동

by Whakuk Lee //basic
역학적 파동의 정의, 매체 및 유형
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## Mechanical Waves and Wave Types

by EPISD Physics //basic
What a mechanical wave is and what it travels through, and different types of mechanical waves.
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## Mechanical Wave

What a mechanical wave is and what it travels through, and different types of mechanical waves.
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## Mechanical Wave 707.11.5; 11.6

by Shawn R. Bouldin //at grade
What a mechanical wave is and what it travels through, and different types of mechanical waves.
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## Mechanical Wave

Mechanical Wave Interactive
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## Physical Science: Mechanical Waves

A basic explanation of how mechanical waves work and the two main types of mechanical waves. Video courtesy of EducatorVids.
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## Mechanical Wave Quiz - MS PS

Review the definition of mechanical wave, the medium through which it travels, and different types of mechanical waves.
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• Real World Application

## Fast Pool

by CK-12 //basic
Discover how swimming pools are designed to reduce wave interactions and help swimmers have faster times.
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• Real World Application

## Telephone Magic

by CK-12 //basic
Discover how electromagnets in telephones turn electrical signals to sound waves that you can hear.
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• Real World Application

## Tsunami

by CK-12 //basic
Find out what causes tsunamis and the extent of destruction and death caused by the 2004 South Asian tsunami.
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## Seismic Shakeup

by CK-12 //basic
Find out how seismic waves travel, the characteristics of different types of seismic waves, and how they cause damage.
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## Seismic Shakeup

by susan cox-lambeth //basic
Find out how seismic waves travel, the characteristics of different types of seismic waves, and how they cause damage.
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## Telephone Magic

by Teresa Kelley //basic
Discover how electromagnets in telephones turn electrical signals to sound waves that you can hear.
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## Internal Combustion Engines - Mechanical Wave

by Ellaine Chou //basic
These flashcards are here to help you better understand middle school physical science.
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