These fundamental elements form the basis of all sound waves. They can be used to describe, ...
An introduction to sound waves with illustrations and explanations. Includes examples of simple wave forms.
Wavelength is the distance from one point of a wave to a similar point of the same wave; ie: crest to crest, trough to trough. Period is the time it takes for one ...
This lesson looks at the properties of sound waves.
These six properties of sound are studied in the fields of music, physics, acoustics, digital ... Sound waves we hear are represented as a stream of numbers.
A sound is made by changes in air pressure caused by energy, like the energy you use to clap your hands. Energy from each clap travels from a source (like ...
Review: Match the following wave quantities to the mini-definition. Place the letter in the blank. A. Frequency. B. Period. C. Speed. D. Wavelength. E. Amplitude.
After completing this lesson, you will be able to describe the properties of sound waves and explain how they relate to what you hear when you...
Learn about the properties of sound waves and how we calculate the speed of sound with BBC Bitesize KS3 Science.