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# Wave Equation

## Equations that describe wave movement. Distance equals rate multiplied by time equation for one wave cycle.

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## Wave Equation

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Students will learn how to use the wave equation to solve problems.

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• Interactive Simulations

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Use a classic sports stadium "wave" to learn about concepts important to wave motion and interference.

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• Interactive Simulations

## Stow Lake

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Learn about the patterns of wave interference in water.

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## Wavelengths

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Wave Equation Interactive

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## Wave Equation

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The wave equation is derived and explained.

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## Wave Equation Example Problems

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A couple example problems involving wave equations are solved.

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## Wave Equation Practice

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## Wave Equation Quiz - PPB

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Use of the linear equation to calculate wavelength, frequency, and speed of any wave.

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• Critical Thinking

## Wave Equation Discussion Questions

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A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Wave Equation.

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• Study Guide

## Waves Study Guide

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This study guide gives an overview of mechanical waves and the characteristics of transverse waves and longitudinal waves. It also looks at wave interaction: interference (constructive and destructive), beat frequency, standing wave, resonance, and the Doppler effect.

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