**Guided Notes Packet:Website guided notes**

# Lecture 1

**Videos**

*Video 1, Transverse Waves*

*Video 2, Longitudinal Waves*

*Video 3, Interference in a ripple tank*

*Video 4, various wave phenomena*

*Video 5*

**Pause: **Here are some PowerPoint slides saved as a PDF. You should look through the notes slides AND try the discussion questions. Wave Lecture Slides Set 1

You have also come to the first assignment due for credit: AP_Homework_X (pulses, standing waves, & wave speed)

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# Lecture 2

**Video 6:** *Resonance Definitions*

**Video 7: ***Resonance Examples*

**Video 8: ***Resonance in a closed tube lab*

**Video 9:** *Mathematical Resonance Examples*

**Pause: **Here are some PowerPoint slides saved as a PDF. You should look through the notes slides AND try the discussion questions. Harmonics Lecture Slides

You have also come to the second assignment due for credit:AP_Homework_XX (2D waves, resonance, harmonics)

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# Lecture 3

**Video 10:** *Sound waves and doppler effect*

**Video 11:*** Sound Wave interference*

**Video 12: ***Beats mathematical examples*

**Video 13:** *Doppler Effect: This video is fun because it relates this unit to big picture physics, including the origins of the universe.*

**Video 14:** *A Few Doppler Effect Examples*

Don’t worry about the math notes at the end.

**Video 15: ***Sonic Boom Introduction*

**Video 16: ***An overly cheesy explanation of Sonic Booms*

**Video 17:** *A fun one to end on*

**Pause: **Here are some PowerPoint slides saved as a PDF. You should look through the notes slides AND try the discussion questions. Sound Lecture Slides

You have also come to the third assignment due for credit: AP_Homework_XXX (sound)