Determine properties of monochromatic wave, Physics

A plane monochromatic wave travelling in a homogeneous medium goes into a denser medium. What are the changes in (i) Frequency (ii) amplitude (iii) speed of propagation & (iv) Phase of transmitted and reflected wave in comparison with the corresponding properties of the incident wave.

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