P17_063 - is zero) in the string as a result. (c) In the...

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63. (a) At x =2 . 3m and t =0 . 16 s the displacement is y ( x, t )=0 . 15 sin[(0 . 79)(2 . 3) 13(0 . 16)] m = 0 . 039 m . (b) The wave we are looking for must be traveling in x direction with the same speed and frequency. Thus, its general form is y 0 ( x, t )= y m sin(0 . 79 x +13 t + φ ), where y m is its amplitude and φ is its initial phase. In particular, if y m =0 . 15 m , then there would be nodes (where the wave amplitude
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Unformatted text preview: is zero) in the string as a result. (c) In the special case when y m = 0 . 15 m and = 0, the displacement of the standing wave at x = 2 . 3 m and t = 0 . 16 s is y ( x, t ) = . 039 m + (0 . 15 m) sin[(0 . 79)(2 . 3) + 13(0 . 16)] = . 14 m ....
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