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an ocean wave is energy transmission that moves matter along with energy
a) true b) false c) d)
the 3 types of progressive waves are
a) transverse, longitudinal and orbital b) short, medium, long c) d)
_____ is the time it takes for the same spot on 2 waves to pass a single point
a) period b) frequency c) height d) wavelngth
wave spped equals
a) wavelength divided by height b) period divided by wavelength c) wavelength divided by period d) height divided by period
disturbing forces are
a) wind, gravity and seismic activity b) gravity, surface tension and Coriolis effect c) d)
restoring forces are
a) wind, gravity and seismic activity b) gravity, surface tension and Coriolis effect c) d)
Deep waves occur when the depth is _____ .
a) greater than half the wavelength b) less than half the wavelength c) less than one quarter the wavelength d) greater than one quarter the wavelength
Shallow waves occur when the depth is _____
a) greater than one twentieth the wavelength b) less than one twentieth the wavelength c) less than one quarter the wavelength d) greater than one quarter the wavelength
Factors that affect the maximum wave size are
a) wind speed, wind duration and fetch b) climate, latitude and distance from the equator c) d)
Fully developed seas can have waves that are bigger or smaller than the maximum theoretical size due to
a) tides b) greenhouse gases c) constructive or destructive interference d) all the answers are correct
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