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HELP PLEASE? =) i am working on researching the answers right now but if anyone know's the answers to any of these or can help in anyway that would be great! =)

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· How are waves propagated? · What is the ‘fetch’ of a wave? · How does the amount of energy that a wave gets in the fetch affect the size of a wave? · What 3 things determine the size of a wind generated wave? (check out the Savage Seas resource -> ‘the power of waves’) · If you were standing at the end of a pier with a stopwatch in hand, how would you measure the average WAVE PERIOD of the waves that pass by? · Why do successive (one after the other) waves that arrive at the beach have different heights? · What is the highest part of a wave called? · What is the lowest part of a wave called? · How do you measure the length of a wave? · How do you measure the height of a wave? · TIDAL WAVES o What is a tidal wave? o Why is the use of ‘tidal’ wave actually a misnomer? (use the wave picture resource to find out – make sure to read through each page)
to measure a wave u measure the wavelength
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