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    the wave

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    EIntroduction: Morton Rhue’s the wave is a novel based on the true events of Ron Jones‚ in 1969. The main character is Ben Ross a history teacher who wants his students to realize the importance of democracy and individual conscience in the face of mass‚ manipulation and indoctrination. He first shows the students a video on the Nazi camps and what happened to the Jews that were forced to live there. Allot of the students became uncomfortable after watching the film. Mr. Ross then conducts an experiment

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    The Wave

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    The Wave Composers use a number of techniques to make stories more meaningful. The Wave is a book published in 1981‚ it is a story based upon actual events that took place as a result of a history class experiment. In the novel ‘The Wave’ Martin Rhue uses a wide range of techniques such as repetition‚ vernacular and visual imagery to entirely highlight ‘what begins as a small movement can often become out of control and destructive’. Therefore this portrayal of the characters‚ themes and setting

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    The Wave

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    with life’s challenges‚ as it was displayed in the book ‘The Wave’ written by Morton Rhue. There were a majority of students who were not resilient with the wave and the challenges that emerged from it‚ such as Amy‚ Robert and David. The student that was surprisingly resilient was Laurie‚ who was also the main character of the story. Laurie was mentally and also physically strong at dealing with the consequences that upshot from the wave Such as the isolation from the entire school and her best friend

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    Waves and Vibrations

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    Vibrations and Waves 1) A wiggle in time is a A) vibration. B) wave. C) both D) neither Answer: A Diff: 1 Topic: Vibrations and Waves 2) A common source of wave motion is a A) wave pattern. B) harmonic object. C) vibrating object. D) region of variable high and low pressure. E) none of these Answer: C Diff: 1 Topic: Vibrations and Waves 3) Like

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    Wave Equation

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    Chapter-1 One Dimensional Wave Equation Introduction Wave equation in one dimension Chapter-2 Three Dimensional Wave Equation Total energy of a vibrating particle Superposition of two waves acting along the same line Graphical methods of adding disturbances of the same frequency Chapter – 1 Introduction: The branch of Physics based on the wave concept of light is called ‘Wave Optics’ or ‘Physical Optics’. Mathematical representation of a wave:

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    Physics Waves

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    Characteristics and Nature of Waves In physics‚ a wave is a disturbance that travels through space and time‚ usually accompanied by the transfer of energy. Waves travel and the wave motion transfers energy from one point to another‚ often with no permanent displacement of the particles of the medium—that is‚ with little or no associated mass transport. They consist‚ instead‚ of oscillations or vibrations around almost fixed locations. For example‚ a cork on rippling water will bob up and down

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    Introduction to Waves

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    6.1 What is waves? WAVES Process of transferring energy from one location to another which is produced by an oscillating or vibrating motion. Examples of Light waves are produced as a result of vibrations of waves electrons in an atom Sound waves are produced by vibrating mechanical bodies such as a guitar strings or a tuning fork. Water waves are produced by a disturbance on a still water surface. How do waves transfer energy? When energy is transferred by a wave from a vibrating source

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    Sound Waves

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    sound waves Sound is a series of compression waves that moves through air or other materials. These sound waves are created by the vibration of an object‚ like a radio loudspeaker. The waves are detected when they cause a detector to vibrate. Your eardrum vibrates from sound waves to allow you to sense them. Sound has the standard characteristics of any waveform. Sound is a waveform that travels through matter. Although it is commonly in air‚ sound will rapidly travel

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    Courbet the Wave

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    Beginning in the summer of 1869 Gustave Courbet produced a series of paintings depicting stormy seas during his stay at Etretat on the Normandy coast. The Wave (La Vague c.1872) exhibited in the National Gallery of Victoria is one such painting that features the central motif of a cresting wave. While many viewed the work as a simple realist seascape‚ the political implication of the work suggested by some of Courbet’s contemporaries is hardly discernable to the modern viewer. It can only be understood

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    Waves Lab

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    PHY 101 Lab Report Waves Lab Purpose The purpose of this laboratory experiment is to “investigate how the vibrating source affects selected characteristics of the sound produced” (Giancoli‚ 2006). Materials The following materials were used in the completion of this laboratory experiment: * Meter stick * Two paper towel rolls / cardboard tubes * Scissors * Two rubber bands * Wax paper * Transparent tape * Flashlight * Balloon Procedure Part 1:

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