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What are waves used for?
Medical imaging, communications, scientific imaging, seeing, heat cameras and for surfing...
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What are some uses for polarised light?
TV aerials, communications satellites, bees, CD players and in sunglasses.
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What is the difference between converging and diverging waves?
Converging is spreading out, diverging is coming together, converging has negative curvature and diverging has postitive curvature.
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What three types of image manipulation are there and how do they work?
Median filter, mean filter and the laplace rule...
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What is the difference between analoge and digital signals?
Look at revision guide...
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What are some uses for polarised light?

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TV aerials, communications satellites, bees, CD players and in sunglasses.

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What is the difference between converging and diverging waves?

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What three types of image manipulation are there and how do they work?

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What is the difference between analoge and digital signals?

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