The diagram shows a transverse wave. Wave distance A = wavelength y = amplitude Emma draws another diagram showing how adding energy affects this wave. How does her new diagram compare to this diagram? Her diagram shows lower wave frequencies. Her diagram shows higher wave amplitudes. Her diagram shows higher wavelengths. Her diagram shows lower wave amplitudes.

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The diagram shows a transverse wave.
Wave
distance
A = wavelength
y = amplitude
Emma draws another diagram showing how adding energy affects this wave. How does her new diagram
compare to this diagram?
Her diagram shows lower wave frequencies.
Her diagram shows higher wave amplitudes.
Her diagram shows higher wavelengths.
Her diagram shows lower wave amplitudes.
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The diagram shows a transverse wave. Wave distance A = wavelength y = amplitude Emma draws another diagram showing how adding energy affects this wave. How does her new diagram compare to this diagram? Her diagram shows lower wave frequencies. Her diagram shows higher wave amplitudes. Her diagram shows higher wavelengths. Her diagram shows lower wave amplitudes.

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