The purpose of waves is to transfer energy from one place to another.
All waves can travel from one place to another as long as they have a medium to travel through. The only waves that do not need a medium are electromagnetic waves. When using the word "transfer" though. Waves transfer energy; waves themselves are not transfered they simply travel.
Electromagnetic waves transfer energy.
The wave does not transfer matter from place to place. The bobber will move up and down, but will stay in the same place once the wave passes. Waves transfer energy from one place to another, but they don't transfer matter.
All types of electromagnetic waves transfer energy from one place to another. All of these waves can travel via a vacuum.
Of course it moves. The whole idea of a "wave" is that it moves.
A medium that has atoms and molecules that can collide with each other.
Hi! This is my first time answering one of these questions. But I believe that they are all in common because they all transfer energy from one place to another.
transfer from one school to another due to lack of strength
Wave is the transfer of CERTAIN TYPES of energy; basically mechanical energy - this happens when an object pushes against another object.Waves transfer energy from one place to another.
It sent electromagnetic waves from one place to another in the form of clicks and the receiving person would transfer the clicks into words.