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Waves-EM Spectrum

1. Compared to the speed of a sound wave in air, the 8. An FM radio station broadcasts its signal at a fre-

speed of a radio wave in air is quency of 9.15 × 107 hertz. Determine the wave-

1. less length of the signal in air.

2. greater

3. the same

2. An electromagnetic AM-band radio wave could have Base your answers to questions 9 and 10 on the informa-

a wavelength of tion and graph below.

1. 0.005 m

2. 5 m Sunlight is composed of various intensities of all fre-

3. 500 m quencies of visible light. The graph represents the rela-

4. 5,000,000 m tionship between light intensity and frequency.

meter in air?

1. blue

2. green

3. orange

4. violet

same

1. speed

2. phase 9. Based on the graph, which color of visible light has

3. frequency the lowest intensity?

4. wavelength

5. An electromagnetic wave traveling through a vacu- 10. It has been suggested that fire trucks be painted

um has a wavelength of 1.5×10-1 meter. What is the yellow green instead of red. Using information from

period of this electromagnetic wave? the graph, explain the advantage of using yellow-

1. 5.0×10-10 s green paint.

2. 1.5×10-1 s

3. 4.5×107 s

4. 2.0×109 s

11. Which wave characteristics is the same for all types

6. Which characteristic is the same for every color of of electromagnetic radiation traveling in a vacuum?

light in a vacuum? 1. speed

1. energy 2. wavelength

2. frequency 3. period

3. speed 4. frequency

4. period

12. Calculate the wavelength in a vacuum of a radio

7. Explosure to ultraviolet radiation can damage skin. wave having a frequency of 2.2 × 106 hertz. [Show

Exposure to visible light does not damage skin. all work, including the equation and substitution

State one possible reason for this difference. with units.]

Name: Period:

Waves-EM Spectrum

Base your answers to questions 13 and 14 on the information and diagram below.

A 1.50 × 10–6-meter-long segment of an electromagnetic wave having a frequency of 6.00 × 1014 hertz is represented

below.

13. On the diagram above, mark two points on the wave that are in phase with each other. Label each point with the

letter P.

14. Which type of electromagnetic wave does the segment in the diagram represent?

Name: Period:

Waves-EM Spectrum

15. Radio waves and gamma rays traveling in space have 22. How much time does it take light from a flash cam-

the same era to reach a subject 6.0 meters across a room?

1. frequency 1. 5.0 × 10-9 s

2. wavelength 2. 2.0 × 10-8 s

3. period 3. 5.0 × 10-8 s

4. speed 4. 2.0 × 10-7 s

16. Radio waves are propagated through the interaction 23. Which statement best describes a proton that is be-

of ing accelerated?

1. nuclear and electric fields 1. It produces electromagnetic radiation.

2. electric and magnetic fields 2. The magnitude of its charge increases.

3. gravitational and magnetic fields 3. It absorbs a neutron to become an electron.

4. gravitational and electric fields 4. It is attracted to other protons.

17. Which pair of terms best describes light waves trav- 24. An electromagnetic wave is produced by charged

eling from the Sun to Earth? particles vibrating at a rate of 3.9 × 108 vibrations

1. electromagnetic and transverse per second. The electromagnetic wave is classified as

2. electromagnetic and longitudinal 1. a radio wave

3. mechanical and transverse 2. an infrared wave

4. mechanical and longitudinal 3. an x ray

4. visible light

18. Which wavelength is in the infrared range of the

electromagnetic spectrum? 25. When x-ray radiation and infrared radiation are

1. 100 nm traveling in a vacuum, they have the same

2. 100 mm 1. speed

3. 100 m 2. frequency

4. 100 μm 3. wavelength

4. energy per photon

19. Compared to the period of a wave of red light the

period of a wave of green light is 26. A gamma ray and a microwave traveling in a vacuum

1. less have the same

2. greater 1. frequency

3. the same 2. period

3. speed

20. Orange light has a frequency of 5.0 × 1014 hertz in a 4. wavelength

vacuum. What is the wavelength of this light?

1. 1.5 × 1023 m

2. 1.7 × 106 m

3. 6.0 × 10-7 m

4. 2.0 × 10-15 m

1. 0 m/s

2. 3.31 × 102 m/s

3. 1.13 × 103 m/s

4. 3.00 × 108 m/s

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