- Measuring waves

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Year 10

Edexcel

Higher

# Measuring waves

## Lessons (12)

I can label the parts of a rope or water wave that can be measured, and I can interpret and sketch scale drawings of transverse waves.

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I can interpret and sketch displacement-time graphs of transverse waves.

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1 Video

I can interpret and sketch graphs of longitudinal waves.

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1 Video

You can interpret and explain sound waves shown on an oscilloscope.

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1 Video

I can explain how to make measurements of distance and time to accurately measure the speed of water waves.

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1 Video

I can describe how the frequency of a wave moving through a particular medium is related to its wavelength.

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I can calculate the speed, frequency or wavelength of a wave using the wave equation.

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I can accurately measure the wavelength, frequency and wave speed of water waves in a ripple tank.

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I can find the speed of waves on a string by measuring ‘standing wave’ patterns.

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I can describe how to measure the speed of sound in air and in a solid metal rod.

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I can describe how the human ear detects sound and explain why there are limits to human hearing.

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I can describe S waves and P waves produced by earthquakes and how they move through different parts of the Earth.

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