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Waves
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Longitudinal wave

Longitudinal wave

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Transverse wave

Transverse wave

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Wavelength

Wavelength

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Frequency

Frequency

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Period

Period

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The wave equation

The wave equation

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Sound waves

Sound waves

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Plane waves

Plane waves

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Cylindrical waves

Cylindrical waves

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Spherical waves

Spherical waves

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Doppler effect

Doppler effect

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Musical scale

Musical scale

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Flute

Flute

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Standing wave.

Standing wave.

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Normal modes.

Normal modes.

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Formula for beats

Formula for beats

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Standing waves

Standing waves

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