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A plane electromagnetic wave, with wavelength 4.0 m, travels in
vacuum in the positive direction of an *x* axis. The
electric field, of amplitude 270 V/m, oscillates parallel to the
*y* axis. What are the **(a)** frequency,
**(b)** angular frequency, and **(c)**
angular wave number of the wave? **(d)** What is the
amplitude of the magnetic field component? **(e)**
Parallel to which axis does the magnetic field oscillate?
**(f)** What is the time-averaged rate of energy flow
associated with this wave? The wave uniformly illuminates a surface
of area 2.4 m^{2}. If the surface totally absorbs the wave,
what are **(g)** the rate at which momentum is
transferred to the surface and **(h)** the radiation
pressure?

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