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Two traveling waves with the same amplitude A, frequency f, and wavelength λ, but out of phase with each other by one quarter of a wavelength, are both traveling to the right and superpose in space. Find the amplitude, wavelength, and frequency of the resulting wave in terms of the given symbols. Write the equation of the resulting traveling wave y ( x , t ).

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