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Waves in dancing

jacmags

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I was busting out the funky moves the other night and realized all the waves that were involved! Not only was the true wave involved (the dance move of course), but also sound waves! The speaker was blasting and I was jamming out to "Trap Queen" by Fetty Wap and noticed the changed in frequencies of the song. It would have a higher pitch along with lower pitches due to a change in the frequency of the waves. I turned the speaker up even louder when the beat dropped which caused an increase of the amplitude in the sound wave. Thank goodness for physics because I need to be able to just let lose and dance!!



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