Summary of 5.2 Partes y características de una onda

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This YouTube video reviews the parts and characteristics of a wave. The main elements of a wave are the crests (the highest points), the valleys (the lowest points), and the nodes (the points where the wave crosses the line of action). The amplitude of a wave is the maximum length of the wave, and the wave length is the distance between two crests or two valleys. The frequency of a wave is the number of cycles or turns made in a given period of time.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, we'll review the parts of a wave and also its characteristics, the main elements of a wave are the crests, which are the highest points of the wave, the valleys, which correspond to the points lowest in the wave, the nodes, which are the points where the wave crosses with the line of action, also we have the line of action, this is an imaginary line that represents the state of equilibrium of the particles in the wave. Similarly, we have the elongation, this is represented with the letter gamma and is the distance perpendicular between a point on the wave and the line of action. Likewise, we have the amplitude, which corresponds to the elongation maximum, that is, the length greater than the line of action and any point on the wave. Finally, we have the wave length, which is represented with the Greek letter alhambra and corresponds to the distance between two crest or two valleys with y vos. The elongation, amplitude, and wave length have units of length that we're going to use mainly as meters or centimeters. Another side has also the characteristics of waves in this case, we have the frequency, which is represented with the small letter f and is the number of cycles or the number of turns made

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