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The amplitudes of wave

the vibrational horizantel and vertical amplitudes of any wave tell us about what
Question asked by: pretty

Asked on: 19 Jun 2010

This tells you the wavelength and the frequency of the wave which is what are the key properties of each wave.

I think those are the right terms for the properties of waves but if you want to check then search google for the properties of waves to check that that is definitely the right answer.

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Replied at: 20 Jun 2010
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