What Is the Lowest Point of a Wave Called?

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The lowest point of a wave is called the trough. The highest point of a wave is called the peak. There are different kinds of waves including sound waves, light waves, and water waves.
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The lowest point of a wave is called a trough. It is pronounced as though it rhymes with "off" The highest point is called the peak and the distance between 2 peaks or 2
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A trough is the lowest point of a sound wave. The crest is the highest
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The shore of the Dead Sea (the border of Israel-Jordan) is -422 meters below sea level. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/w. iki/Ext.
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