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MCQ. While moving from deep water to shallow water,

  1. frequency of the water waves decrease
  2. frequency of the water waves increase
  3. frequency of the water waves stays the same
  4. None of the above

C

MCQ. Waves that travel in a direction perpendicular to direction of vibration are known as

  1. Transverse waves
  2. Longitudinal waves
  3. Sound waves
  4. None of the above

A

MCQ. If wavelength of a wave is denoted as 'λ' and amplitude is denoted as 'A', then shortest horizontal distance between any crest and trough is equal to

  1. 1 ⁄ 2 of λ
  2. λ
  3. 1 ⁄ 2 of A
  4. A

A

MCQ. Speed of wave 'v' is given by

  1. wavelength of the wave ⁄ frequency of the wave
  2. wavelength of the wave × frequency of the wave
  3. frequency of the wave ⁄ wavelength of the wave
  4. None of the above

B

MCQ. Time taken to produce one complete wave is known as period 'T' of wave, 'T' is equal to

  1. Frequency of the wave, f
  2. Wavelength of the wave, λ
  3. 1 ⁄ (Wavelength of the wave, λ)
  4. 1 ⁄ (Frequency of the wave, f)

D