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### CapÂ¡tulo 18 (5th Edition)

Course: PHYS 241, Summer 2008
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18 Chapter Solutions 18.1 The resultant wave function has the form y = 2A0 cos (a) sin kx t + 2 2 ( /4) = 2(5.00) cos = 9.24 m 2 2 A = 2A0 cos f= (b) *18.2 1200 = = 600 Hz 2 2 We write the second wave function as y2 = A sin(kx t + ) y2 = (0.0800 m) sin[2 (0.100x 80.0t) + ] Then y1 + y2 = (0.0800 m) sin[2 (0.100x 80.0t)] + (0.0800 m) sin[2 (0.100x 80.0t) + ] = 2(0.0800 m) cos sin 2...

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