# WAVE

Quiz by Izatul Husna, updated more than 1 year ago
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## Resource summary

### Question 1

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A pendulum is oscillating with amplitude 2cm and frequency 1.5Hz. Which of the following graphs correctly shows the displacement of the pendulum bob against time?

### Question 2

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Which of the following quantities will decrease when an oscillating system undergoes damped oscillation?
• Speed
• Amplitude
• Frequency
• Wave length

### Question 3

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Damping of an oscillating system is due to
• the system is losing energy to the surrounding.
• the system has been set up wrongly.
• the system is not oscillating in vacuum

### Question 4

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A force oscillation is
• A system oscillates with maximum amplitude.
• A system oscillates with decreasing amplitude.
• A system oscillates with the help of an external force.
• A system oscillates without any external force act on it.

### Question 5

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When an oscillating spring reaches resonance state, it
• Stop oscillates.
• Experiencing damped oscillation.
• Oscillates with maximum amplitude.
• Oscillates with higher frequency.

### Question 6

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The natural frequency of a spring is f Herz. Resonance happens if the frequency of the external force that applied on it is
• 0.5f Hz
• f Hz
• 2f Hz
• 4f Hz

### Question 7

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Five pendulums are hung at a wire PQ. The pendulum X is displaced and then released. Which of the other pendulum will oscillate with greatest amplitude?
• Pendulum A
• Pendulum B
• Pendulum C
• Pendulum D

### Question 8

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A thin piece of glass is broken when a soprano is singing with a high pitch. This probably is caused by a physics phenomena called
• Diffraction
• Interference
• Damping
• Resonance

### Question 9

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It is observed that a car will vibrate intensely at a particular speed. This is probably due to
• Inertia
• Resonance
• Damping
• Diffraction

### Question 10

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A water wave is produced from a source of frequency 25 Hz. If the wavelength is 0.8 cm, what is the velocity of propagation of the water wave?
• 0.2m
• 20m
• 31.25m
• 3.125m

### Question 11

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Which of the following quantities will cause the amplitude of a wave changes?
• Type of the wave
• Energy of the wave
• Wavelength of the wave
• Frequency of the wave

### Question 12

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The wavelength of a propagating wave is not affected by
• the frequency of the wave
• the velocity of the wave
• the energy of the wave
• the medium of wave that propagates

### Question 13

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The figure above shows a transverse wave. The wavelength of the wave is equal to

### Question 14

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The main difference between transverse wave and longitudinal wave is
• The wave pattern
• The direction of the vibration of the particles in the wave
• Transverse wave propagates faster than longitudinal wave.
• Transverse wave can travels in vacuum while longitudinal wave cannot

### Question 15

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Which of the following waves is longitudinal wave?
• Microwave
• Light wave
• Sound wave

### Question 16

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The figure above shows the simulation of longitudinal wave by using a slinky spring. What is the wavelength of the longitudinal wave?
• 15cm
• 10cm
• 5cm
• Can't be determined from the diagram

### Question 17

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The figure above shows the simulation of transverse wave by using a slinky spring. What is the wavelength of the transverse wave?
• 25cm
• 20cm
• 5cm
• 12.5cm

### Question 18

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Figure above shows the pattern of wavefronts produced by bob dipper at a frequency of 25Hz in a ripple tank. Find the speed of the wave.
• 5m
• 0.05m
• 1.25m
• 0.3m

### Question 19

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In a ripple tank experiment, waves are produced at the RATE of 24 waves per second and the distance between 5 successive ripples is 20cm. The experiment is repeated by changing the frequency of the vibrator, and the new distance between 5 successive ripples is 12cm. What is the new frequency of the vibrator?
• 100Hz
• 60Hz
• 20Hz
• 40Hz

### Question 20

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The end coil of a slinky spring is connected to a motor which is moving forward and backward at a frequency of 4Hz. Given that the distance between four successive rarefactions is 60cm. What is the speed of the speed of wave produced?
• 2.4 ms-1
• 0.8 ms-1
• 2.5 ms-1
• 1.0 ms-1

### Question 21

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A sound wave of wavelength 4mm travels in air at a frequency of 6.0 × 104 Hz. Find the time take by the wave to travel 60m
• 1 s
• 0.5 s
• 0.25 s
• 0.8 s

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