Doppler Effect Equation

Unit 5: Waves
Lesson 9 of 15

Objective: Students use the Doppler effect equation to calculate apparent shifts in frequency or the velocity of a moving wave source or observer.

Big Idea: The Doppler effect can be used to calculate the velocity of either a wave source or observer of a wave.

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Waves, Science, velocity (Physics), wavelength, Doppler Effect, frequency (Waves), physics, wave equation, Doppler effect equation
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