What are Constructive Waves?

Answer Sound, ocean surf and light are all examples of energy traveling as waves. Waves from a single source move outwardly as concentric ripples. When waves from one source cross waves from another, thei... Read More »

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How to Know the Difference Between Constructive and Non Constructive Criticism?

Criticism is the application of judgement through evaluation, resulting in either positive or negative feedback for a receiving part. Presenting negative feedback may not be easy, but is a hallmark... Read More »

What is the difference between radio waves&cell phone waves?

Cell phone signals are transmitted through the medium of electromagnetic waves. The types of waves that make up the electromagnetic spectrum include (in part) radio waves, microwaves, infrared wave... Read More »

What is the meaning of constructive criticism?

Constructive criticism happens when someone points out to you where you're going wrong either in your actions or attitudes and the person suggests methods of improvement. Constructive criticism is ... Read More »

If waves increase, does the distance between the waves decrease?

According to the Physics Classroom, the frequency of a wave is equal to its velocity divided by its wavelength. This means that an increase in the frequency (the total number of waves per interval)... Read More »