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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.

Answer #1

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.

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