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 amplitude distance between lowest or highest point to the equilibrium crest highest point in a wave trough lowest point in a wave wavelength LAMBDA distance between 2 adjacent crests/troughs [units of lenght] period T time it takes to complete once wave, oscillation, vibration, or cycle [seconds] frequency f or v numer of complete waves passing in an amount of time [Hz] --> cycles/second f=1/T speed v waves move a distance (lambda) in a time (T) lambda=vT speed of sound= 340 m/s speed of sight= 300,000km/s spectrum range of frequencies (or wavelengths) of a particular type of wave. wave a rhythmic (has a pattern) disturbance that carries energy through a medium (vacuum, matter, or air) sound waves in air v= 343m/s water waves no set speed electromagnetic radio waves v= 3x10^8m/s transverse waves energy is given -up and down- but waves travels <--> the direction of the waves is perpandicular to the direction of the energy input longitudinal waves energy is given <--> and the wave travels <-->