Wave Behavior Lab Rotation: Day 2

Unit 1: Waves: An Introduction and Exploration of Wave Properties
Lesson 6 of 7

Objective: Students will be able to create simple mathematical representations of waves and identify characteristic properties of waves.

Big Idea: Students go through a series of hands-on lab stations that engage students in not only identifying the properties of waves, but in creating mathematical representations as well!

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