AS Physics U14 Waves Checkpoint Quiz 1

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9702 Unit 14 Waves Checkpoint Quiz #1.

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Question 1

Question
A longitudinal wave travels through a long spring. The spring is shown at one instant. What is the wavelength of the wave?
Answer
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Question 2

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A sound wave has a frequency of 2500 Hz and a speed of 1500 m.s^–1. What is the shortest distance from a point of maximum pressure in the wave to a point of minimum pressure?
Answer
  • A 0.15 m
  • B 0.30 m
  • C 0.60 m
  • D 1.20 m

Question 3

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A sound wave is displayed on the screen of a cathode-ray oscilloscope (c.r.o.) as shown. The time-base of the c.r.o. is set at 2.5 ms.cm^–1. What is the frequency of the sound wave?
Answer
  • A 50 Hz
  • B 100 Hz
  • C 200 Hz
  • D 400 z

Question 4

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The period of an electromagnetic wave is 1.0 ns. What are the frequency and wavelength of the wave?
Answer
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Question 5

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Which statement about progressive longitudinal waves is not correct?
Answer
  • A The oscillations of the particles are parallel to the direction of travel of the wave energy.
  • B They have a series of nodes and antinodes.
  • C They need a medium through which to travel.
  • D They transfer energy.

Question 6

Question
A bicycle gear wheel is a disc with 50 ‘teeth’ equally spaced around its edge, as shown. The gear wheel is rotated 10 times each second. A springy strip of metal is vibrated by the rotating ‘teeth’. The metal strip produces a sound of frequency that is equal to the frequency of vibration of the strip. The speed of sound in air is 330 m.s^–1. What is the wavelength of the emitted sound?
Answer
  • 0.66 m
  • 1.5 m
  • 6.6 m
  • 500 m

Question 7

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Which row describes the oscillations of two moving particles in a stationary wave that are separated by a distance of half a wavelength?
Answer
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Question 8

Question
Two wave sources are oscillating in phase. Each source produces a wave of wavelength λ. The two waves from the sources meet at point X with a phase difference of 90°. What is a possible difference in the distances from the two wave sources to point X?
Answer
  • A λ/8
  • B λ/4
  • C λ/2
  • D λ

Question 9

Question
Which statement about electromagnetic waves in a vacuum is correct?
Answer
  • A Amplitude is inversely proportional to velocity.
  • B Frequency is inversely proportional to wavelength.
  • C Intensity is proportional to amplitude.
  • D Velocity is proportional to wavelength.

Question 10

Question
A transverse wave travels along a rope. The graph shows the variation of the displacement of the particles in the rope with distance along it at a particular instant. At which distance along the rope do the particles have maximum upwards velocity?
Answer
  • A 0.5 m
  • B 1.0 m
  • C 1.5 m
  • D 2.0 m
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