# A Trivia Quiz On Waves, Light And Sound!

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What do you know about waves, light, and sound? Waves are due to vibrating layers or particles of the medium through a vacuum, but sound cannot travel through a vacuum, but sound cannot travel through a vacuum. Vibrations in light waves are perpendicular to the direction along which the light travels, while the particles' vibrations in sound waves are in the same order. Try this quiz and learn more.

• 1.
How many types of waves are there?
• A.

One

• B.

Two

• C.

Three

• D.

Four

• E.

Five

• 2.
What color has the longest wavelength?
• A.

Red

• B.

Orange

• C.

Blue

• D.

Green

• E.

Violet

• 3.
Which picture is of light?
• A.

• B.

Subtractive

• 4.
What are the primary colors of light?
• A.

Red, Yellow, and Blue

• B.

Magenta, Cyan, and Yellow

• C.

Red, Green, and Blue

• D.

White and Black

• E.

Green, Orange, and Purple

• 5.
If you add all the colors of light together what color do you get?
• A.

White

• B.

Black

• C.

Gray

• D.

a yucky color

• E.

the color of the sky

• 6.
Explain what happens when a rock falls from a height.
• A.

Potential energy turns to mechanical energy

• B.

Mechanical energy turns to potential energy

• C.

Potential energy turns to kinetic energy

• D.

Kinetic energy turns to potential energy

• E.

Kinetic energy turns to mechanical energy

• 7.
Sound travels in ________________.
• A.

Transverse waves

• B.

Longitudinal waves

• C.

Pure energy waves

• D.

Big waves

• E.

Hertz waves

• 8.
If you change the pitch of a sound you are changing  the _________________ of the wave.
• A.

Compression

• B.

Wavelength

• C.

Potential

• D.

Volume

• E.

Amplitude

• 9.
The ________ of a sound is how high or low it is.
• 10.
_____________ are all the wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum represented by the colors Red Orange yellow green blue and violate.
• 11.
The kind of waver that is just above violate light.
• 12.
What are the lowest frequency electromagnetic waves used for?
• 13.
_________________ is a mechanical wave, it needs matter to travel through
• A.

visible light

• B.

Sound

• C.

• D.

Space waves

• E.

The waves at baseball games.

• 14.
_______________ is the ability to do work.
• 15.
_______________ can neither be created or destroyed.
• 16.
Is this lens concave or convex?
• 17.
This is the inside of a fiber-optic cable it shows 2 light sources traveling through the cable. what is happening over and over on the inside of the cable as the light passes through?
• A.

The light is going out the sides

• B.

The light is refracting off the sides

• C.

The light is reflecting off the sides

• D.

The light is not touching the fiber-optic cable

• E.

The light is getting brighter

• 18.
You are sleeping near the train tracks. but your worried about a train coming. if you pay attention what will be your first warning?
• A.

You will see the train as it comes around the corner

• B.

You will hear the train by listening to the tracks

• C.

You will hear the train whistle in the air.

• 19.
Energy can travel through solid and liquids via ___________________
• A.

Electromagnetic waves

• B.

Mechanical waves

• C.

Light waves

• D.

People waves

• E.

Super waves

• 20.
This is the measure of the intensity of a vibration.
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