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Discussion Section Problem: Week 7 . Potentially usefLIi equations: . ‘ + Van 5 /\F
F : 1C _ ‘f v...“ V“ _ G l j: \‘fgouvﬂl _ vat Two ducks, conveniently named A and B, are floating on the surface of the pond. Duck A begins kicking his feet three times per second, producing a series of
rippleswith wavelength A: 2 meters which travel across the pond toward duck B. Neither duck is moving at the moment.
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“db? cinch— é? (flimwﬁlnu‘l' ﬂwvolaiem) a) What is the speed of the waves? Now duck A begins swimming to the right at speed v, = 2 m/s. He is still kicking
his feet at the same frequency f = 2 times per second, and is still generating a
wavefront with. each kick. Duck B remains stationary as she observes the ripples passing by her location. & _
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Wv-o b) As measured by duck B, what is now the speed of the waves? c) As measured by duck B, what is the frequency of the waves? Duck A continues to move at constant speed. Now duck B also begins
swimming. Once more she measures the frequency of the waves produced by , duck A, gaging an answer of six cycles per second. 5? 7 \fwove:7 ' i d) Is duck gmoving to the left or to the right? Briefly say ho% youknow. - e)- Calculate her speed W» Va . ' ...
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course PHYS 6B taught by Professor Graham during the Winter '08 term at UCSC.
- Winter '08