Waves

taught by Math Arena

Course description

  • This course covers comprehensively O Level syllabus that are related to Wave
  • The average video duration is less than 3 mins so you will not get bored with the course
  • You will learn by watching videos that answers questions with increasing difficulty
  • Short helpful notes are also provided
  • Practice questions are also provided

What are the requirements?

  • You can start with no or basic knowledge of this topic

What am I going to get from this course?

  • By the end of this course you will be able to answer simple to difficult questions on this topic easily
  • You get to learn at your own pace and watch the videos repeatedly
  • Great for students who need an all in one place to rapidly remember what they have learnt
  • Students will worry less about losing their paper notes as they can get their information here
  • (a) describe what is meant by wave motion as illustrated by vibrations in ropes and springs and by waves in a ripple tank
  • (b) show understanding that waves transfer energy without transferring matter
  • (c) define speed, frequency, wavelength, period and amplitude
  • (d) state what is meant by the term wavefront
  • (e) recall and apply the relationship velocity = frequency × wavelength to new situations or to solve related problems
  • (f) compare transverse and longitudinal waves and give suitable examples of each

What is the target audience?

  • This course is suitable for the Singapore Cambridge GCE O level students, relevant to IGCSE students and Singapore's Integrated program students.
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Course Curriculum

Includes Wave Calculations
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A wave is produced on a slinky spring as shown above. At a particular time, T, where T is one period, both particles X and Y are moving downwards. [Waves 1] Q10
The diagram above shows the displacement-position graph of a transverse wave at a particular point of time. [Waves 1] Q11
The diagram above shows the displacement-position graph of a transverse wave at a particular point of time. [Waves 1] Q11 Go deeper
The diagram above shows a transverse wave travelling across a string. Particle A is currently moving upwards. Determine if the following statements are true or false: [Waves 1] Q12
The diagram above shows a transverse wave travelling across a string. Particle A is currently moving upwards. Determine if the following statements are true or false: [Waves 1] Q12 Go deeper
In the following diagram the waves move from left to right and then stop. The wave takes two seconds to travel the entire distance indicated in the diagram below. [Waves 1] Q13
What is the period, amplitude, and frequency of the wave shown below? [Waves 1] Q14
In a ripple tank experiment, a vibrator dips into a liquid at a constant frequency. Which are not possible waveforms? [Waves 1] Q15
A dipper moving up and down makes waves in a ripple tank. What will happen when the dipper frequency is increased? [Waves 1] Q16
A source produces both a longitudinal wave and transverse wave. The difference between the longitudinal wave and a transverse wave is the [Waves 1] Q17
Which of the following is a longitudinal wave/are longitudinal waves? [Waves 1] Q18
Which of the following are true for both transverse waves and longitudinal waves? [Waves 1] Q19
If distance between 5 crests is 60 cm and frequency of the wave source is 3s-1, find the velocity of wave. [Waves 1] Q20
The displacement-time graph and displacement-distance graph of a particular wave are shown below. What is the speed of the wave? [Waves 1] Q21
Compressions and rarefactions are sent out from a tuning fork as it vibrates backwards and forwards. The frequency of vibration is 50 Hz.[Waves 1] Q22
Planet A is 10^20 m away from planet B. An alien on planet A observed that planet B exploded. When will it hear the explosion? [Waves 1] Q23
The wavelength of a certain sound wave is 200 m long. Given that the speed of sound in air is approximately 300 m/s and the audible range of a normal person is 20 Hz to 20000 Hz, [Waves 1] Q24
A radio wave of wavelength 20 m long travels from position A (solid line) to position B (dotted line) in a special medium as shown. [Waves 1] Q25
The following figure shows the displacement of a particle within 40 ns. What will be the displacement of the particle when t = 70 ns? [Waves 1] Q26
A vibrator dipping into water in a ripple tank has a period of 0.5 s. the resulting wave has a wavelength of 0.02 m. What is the speed of the wave? [Waves 1] Q27
Water waves are produced in a ripple tank using a vibrator of frequency 4 Hz. Which of the following values of speed and wavelength could the waves have? [Waves 1] Q28
Water waves are produced in a ripple tank using a vibrator. The time taken for the vibrator to make 4 oscillations is 5 s. Which of the following values of speed and wavelength could the waves have? [Waves 1] Q29
When a wave flows from shallow water into deep water, how do the frequency, wavelength and speed change? [Waves 1] Q30
When a wave flows from shallow water into deep water, how do the frequency, wavelength and speed change? [Waves 1] Q30 Go deeper