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Unformatted text preview: Phy63 Spring 2010 QUIZ 1 Name: | g C, E) Rec: _ No Formulas for this week. i. A wave function in the form g(z + Vt) can describe propagation of a wave in the negative—z direction (1 point): @ F 2. Two strings are joined at one point and under tension (identical for both). The string on the left is has the larger mass per unit length (ulefi > ”right, where u , refers to the mass per unit length). A pulse is launched on the left string propagating toward the right. After the pulse reaches the joining point (2 points): a. The pulse stops b. The pulse is transmitted completely 0. The pulse is partially transmitted, and a reflected, inverted pulse propagates to the left (1. The pulse is fully reflected e. The pulse is partially transmitted, and a non—inverted reflection propagates to the left. ...
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