Distinguish between these different aspects of a wave: period, amplitude, wavelength, and frequency.
Solution 6RQ Period: The period of a wave is the time taken for one complete vibration. Its SI unit is second. Amplitude: It is the maximum displacement of a wave from its mean position. Its unit is meter. Wavelength: It is the separation of two consecutive crests or troughs in a wave. It is also the separation between two identical points of a wave. It is also measured in meter. Frequency: It is the number of vibrations taking place in unit time. Its unit is Hertz.