# How To Draw A Wave

## How do you draw a perfect wave?

5 Steps: How to Draw a Wave
1. Draw the crest. The first step in drawing a wave is to draw the crest. …
2. Draw the barrel. Add “C” shaped curved lines on the higher part of the sloped line.
4. Draw the wave. …

## What are the 4 parts of a wave?

Wave Crest: The highest part of a wave. Wave Trough: The lowest part of a wave. Wave Height: The vertical distance between the wave trough and the wave crest. Wave Length: The distance between two consecutive wave crests or between two consecutive wave troughs.

## What is a frequency of a wave?

frequency in physics the number of waves that pass a fixed point in unit time also the number of cycles or vibrations undergone during one unit of time by a body in periodic motion. … See also angular velocity simple harmonic motion.

## How do you make a water drop?

Say the word “hoink” repeatedly then repeat that same mouth motion without vocalizing or grunting. Move your jaw and Adam’s apple quickly upward as you do this and move your tongue up and forward. You should feel a short flow of air leave your mouth while you say this even though you aren’t exhaling.

## Why is the ocean salty?

Ocean salt primarily comes from rocks on land and openings in the seafloor. … Rocks on land are the major source of salts dissolved in seawater. Rainwater that falls on land is slightly acidic so it erodes rocks. This releases ions that are carried away to streams and rivers that eventually feed into the ocean.

## Why is the ocean Brown?

As light bounces off and passes through water it reflects the color blue back to our eyes but microscopic algae and tiny sediments known as colored dissolved organic matter muddy the metaphorical waters and cause oceans to appear green red or brown. … The water starts to turn brown — CDOM causes that color change.

## Why is Hawaii water so clear?

With lots of coral reefs the waters near the beach are protected from stronger currents. … The natural currents continually bring a fresh supply of ocean water to the island. Warm surface water in tropical areas have low nutrient concentrations.

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