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I am Dan Fullerton and in today's mini-lesson, we are going to talk about wave characteristics, specifically by going through page 1 of the APlusPhysics worksheet on wave characteristics, which you can find the link for down below. 0002
Now, again, note that these are not AP level questions, but they will test your basic understanding to see if we are at least in the ballpark of where we need to go. 0015
You could also do this by looking at frequency first. 0141
Frequency is the number of cycles per second and if you go through 10 cycles or 4 waves, over 10 s, you are going to get a frequency of 0.4 Hz, then period is 1 over frequency or 1/0.4 Hz, which again, is 2.5 s. 0144
However you want to get there, 2.5 s is your best answer. 0163
Number 4 -- If the frequency of a periodic wave is doubled the period of the wave will be... 0171
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