# Wave Equation

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

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## Measurable Properties of Waves - Overview

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## Wave Velocity - Overview

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## Measurable Properties of Waves - Example 1

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Identifying and counting crests in a wave diagram
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## Measurable Properties of Waves - Example 2

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Identifying and counting troughs in a wave diagram
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## Measurable Properties of Waves - Example 3

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Recognizing full wavelengths
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## Measurable Properties of Waves - Example 4

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Measuring the wavelength of a wave from a wave diagram
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## Measurable Properties of Waves - Example 5

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Measuring the amplitude of a wave
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## Wave Velocity - Example 1

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Recognizing that the velocity of a wave is constant in a particular medium
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## Wave Velocity - Example 2

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Solving problems involving the velocity of a wave using the equation v = Î»f
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## Wave Velocity - Example 3

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Recognizing the inverse relationship between a wave's frequency and wavelength
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