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Unformatted text preview: L x ae Ã¨ Ã§ Ã¶ Ã¸ Ã· cos( w n t + f n ) n = np L T m f n = n 2 L T m T P = 1 f Wave Equation Î¼ âˆ‚ 2 z Â¶t 2 = T Â¶ 2 z Â¶x 2 2 z Â¶t 2 = v 2 Â¶ 2 z Â¶x 2 â€“ TRAVELING Equation for a moving point: x = x + vt Wave speed v = Â± T m = kv T P = l v = 2 p w k = 2 p l f = v l z ( x , t ) = z sin[ k ( x Â± vt )] = z sin[ kx Â± wt )] +v : moving rightv : moving left In general z ( x , t ) = z sin kx cos wt = 1 2 z sin( kx + wt ) + sin( kxwt ) { } = F ( kx + wt ) + G ( kx + wt ) 2...
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 Spring '08
 Cowley
 Physics, Simple Harmonic Motion

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