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    The Wave

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    Nazism The wave is about a history teacher whose name is Ben Ross. His class was starting to study the time that Hitler began making all the Jewish people stay in camps. Ben Ross could not find a way to get his class interested into this time period, so he decided to try to make a group, He would play like a Hitler type scenario and his class would be the Jewish people. He would make this group open to the whole school. Ben Ross told his idea to his class. He announced the group, and he had

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    Sound Waves

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    a sound wave? A sound wave is produced by a mechanical vibration, such as a tuning fork. The vibrating object causes the surrounding medium, such as air, to vibrate as well.The wave travels through the medium to a detector, like your ear, and it is heard.As with any type of wave, a sound wave is also described by it's wavelength, amplitude, period, and frequency. WAVELENGTH is the distance from one point on the wave, to the next identical point, or the length of one part of the wave. AMPLITUDE

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    The Last Wave

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    The Last Wave SOC 118 "The Last Wave"-Peter Weir dir.(1977) In the film, The Last Wave, the director is trying to communicate the idea of a culture within a culture or sub culture. The dominant culture in the film is the white members of society living in Australia. The subculture in the film is the Aborigines who were natives to the land before the white people settled in Australia. The natives sustained their cultural beliefs and ideologies while living in largely populated cities. The dominant

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    waves

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    SUBSIDIARY LEVEL WAVES SUMMARY 4.1 Travelling wave characteristics A medium is a material through which a wave passes. When a wave passes, each part of the medium moves away from its normal position and then returns. This is called an oscillation. Oscillations within the medium are slight movements either side of the normal position. The wave motion is the disturbance that passes through the medium. A wave pulse causes the medium to have one oscillation. A continuous travelling wave causes the medium

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    Ruling The Waves

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    Essay on Spar's Ruling the Waves After finishing this book, I immediately thought to myself, "finally!" To explain, the book was not a very fun and entertaining read by any means. At times I found myself reading a couple pages just to get myself tired and ready for bed. However I did feel that this book was very educational and brought up some great points and ideas. Written by Debora Spar, a Harvard professor, I found myself struggling through some chapters simply because of the vocabulary

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    Technology Wave

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    bringing more ease into our homes, office’s, vehicle’s, school’s, and worksites alike. With this new technology, jobs become easier, faster, and more efficient making life easier for busy parents and students. Along with the ease come laziness and a wave of other “problems.” I’ll explain these “problems” in more detail a little later. The controversy I see is “ Is the lack of physical exercise worth the gain of ease?” Personally I believe its all in how you use technology. If you just abuse technology

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    Sound Waves In Music

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    of mathematics.” As an avid musician, I chose to study the topic of how math applies to music, more specifically how sound waves are transmitted. My passion for music urged me to research the sounds that are made and how they are produced. Music is transmitted through sound waves, which are very similar to the sine waves studied in Trigonometry. The differences in the waves result in a different sounds that are transmitted. Vibrating objects travel through a medium (the material that the disturbance

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    Radio Waves

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    radio waves, to us, radio waves were just waves going through the atmosphere, carrying sound from one place to another. Those were our ignorant days! We did not realize the complicated terms and theories involved. In the following report you will see how we advanced in our knowledge of radio waves, and we hope it will do the same for you. Radio waves are a combination of two kinds of electric vibrations. Audio frequency waves, which represent voice and other sounds and radio frequency waves, which

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    Acoustic Wave Essay

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    Acoustic Wave Sensors Sensors A sensor is a transducer whose purpose is to detect some characteristic of its environs. The active element of sensor is called transducer. Transducer converts one form of energy to another form. A sensor is a device which provides a usable output in response to a specified input. A sensor acquires a physical quantity and converts it into a signal suitable for processing like optical signal, electrical signal and mechanical signal. For example thermocouple senses the

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    The Uses of Sound Waves

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    The Uses of Sound Waves Thesis: Sound waves are able to carry vibrations through a medium which results in the transfer of the energy collected in the vibrations. Transverse waves are vibrations which are at right angles to the wave’s direction of travel whereas longitudinal waves are vibrations along the line of wave’s direction of travel. These waves have a quantifiable speed, wavelength and frequency. Owing

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