# With a _____ wave, the region where the medium rises above the equilibrium position is called a _____. transverse; crest B. transverse; compression…

1. With a _____ wave, the region where the medium rises above the equilibrium position is called a _____.

A. transverse; crest

B. transverse; compression

C. longitudinal; crest

D. longitudinal; compression

2.With a _____ wave, the region where the medium is most compressed from the equilibrium position is called a _____.

A. transverse; crest

B. transverse; compression

C. longitudinal; crest

D. longitudinal; compression

3.With a _____ wave, the region where the medium is least compressed from the equilibrium position is called a _____.

A. transverse; trough

B. transverse; rarefaction

C. longitudinal; trough

D. longitudinal; rarefaction

4.With a _____ wave, the region where the medium drops below the equilibrium position is called a _____.

A. transverse; trough

B. transverse; rarefaction

C. longitudinal; trough

D. longitudinal; rarefaction

5.With a _____ wave, the distance from the equilibrium position to the top of a crest or the bottom of a trough is termed the _____.

A. transverse; amplitude

B. transverse; wavelength

C. longitudinal; amplitude

D. longitudinal; wavelength

6.With a _____ wave, the amount of compression from the equilibrium position is termed the _____.

A. transverse; amplitude

B. transverse; wavelength

C. longitudinal; amplitude

D. longitudinal; wavelength

7.On a wave, the distance between two points that have identical status is termed the _____.

A. velocity

C. amplitude

D. wavelength

8.Sound waves travel through saltwater at about 1500 m/s. What frequency would generate a wavelength of 1.30 m in saltwater?

9.Angle of incidence is 30 degrees

a. What is the angle of reflection?

b. What is the angle between the incident ray and reflected ray?

10.A wave travelling horizontally is incident on a reflecting surface inclined at 45°

a. What is the angle of incidence of the wave?

b. What is the angle between the reflected ray and the horizontal?