Question

A certain transverse wave is described by the equation

y(x,t)= ( 7.00 mm )sin2π(t0.0360s−x0.280m).

A:Determine this wave's amplitude

B:Determine this wave's wavelength

C:Determine this wave's frequency.

D: Determine this wave's speed of propagation

E:Determine this wave's direction of propagation.

Answer #1

A transverse wave on a string is described by y(x, t) = (0.140
mm) sin {(5.747 rad/m)[x − (69.8 m/s)t]}.
Find the wavelength of this wave. in m
Find the frequency of this wave. in Hz Find the amplitude of
this wave in mm
Find the speed of motion of the wave in m/s
Find the direction of motion of the wave.
Express your answer as "+x" or "-x".

A harmonic transverse wave function is given by
y(x, t) =
(0.800 m)sin(16.4x + 10.2t)
where all values are in the appropriate SI units. (Assume
x is in meters and t is in seconds.)
(a) What are the propagation speed and direction of the wave's
travel?
speed
m/s
direction
---Select--- +x −x +y −y +z −z
(b) What are the wave's period and wavelength?
period
s
wavelength
m
(c) What is the amplitude?
m

A sinusoidal wave is described by y(x,t)= (0.45m )sin (0.30 x –
50t+π/6), where ‘x’ and ‘y’ are in meters and ‘t’ is in
seconds.(a). Find the transverse velocity and transverse
acceleration expression. (b).Determine the amplitude , angular
frequency, angular wave number, wavelength, wave speed and
direction of the motion.?

A transverse wave on a string is described by y(x, t) = (0.420
mm) sin {(2.847 rad/m)[x − (66.0 m/s)t]}. What is the maximum
transverse speed of a point on the string? Answer is in mm/s

Consider a monochromatic wave on a sting described by an
equation Y(x,t) = cos (x - t). Assume everything is expressed in SI
units.
a) Find wave amplitude
b) Find wave velocity
c) Find wave frequency
d) Find wavelength

7. A wave on a string has a
displacement according to the equation:
y(x,t) = 25.0 cm sin ((36.0/m)x –
(8.00/sec)t)
Determine the amplitude, frequency,
period, velocity, and wavelength of the wave. Also determine the
transverse velocity at t = 0.16 sec.

A wave on a string has a displacement
according to the equation:
y(x,t) = 25.0 cm sin ((36.0/m)x –
(8.00/sec)t)
Determine the amplitude, frequency,
period, velocity, and wavelength of the wave. Find the maximum x.
Also determine the transverse velocity at t = 0.16 sec and x's
maximum.

A transverse traveling wave on a cord is represented by
D=0.43sin(3.2x+33t) where D and x are in meters and t is in
seconds. A)Determine the wavelength of this wave. B)Determine the
frequency of this wave. C)Determine the speed of this wave.
D)Determine the direction of this wave. E)Determine the amplitude
of this wave.
F) Determine maximum and minimum speeds of particles of the
cord.

A wave on a string is described by the equation
y(x, t) = 2*cos(2 π(x/4m- t /.1 s))
where x is in meters and t is in seconds.
a. Is the wave travelling to the right or to the left?
_________
b. What is the wave frequency? __________
c. What is the wavelength? ___________
d. What is the wave speed? _________
e. At t=0.50 seconds what is the displacement of the string at
x=0.20 meters. _________

A wave traveling down a thin rope has a transverse displacement
given by y(x,t)=(4.50mm)cos(218xm^(-1)+1550ts^(-1))
The rope has a length of 1.61m and a mass of 0.00425kg.
Determine the following:
(a) amplitude of the wave,
(b) frequency of the wave,
(c) wavelength of the wave,
(d) wavespeed,
(e) direction the wave is traveling,
(f) tension inthe rope

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