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Unformatted text preview: Derive this same result directly by calculating the rate at which the transverse force component F y does work on the next string element, which is moving with velocity v y . 6. A wave of frequency 500 Hz has a velocity of 350 m/s. (a) How far apart are two points 60° out of phase? (b) What is the difference in phase at a certain point at times 1.0 ms apart? 7. 1340. Change: the string is fixed at both ends. Add: (e) what is the fundamental frequency? APPROXIMATE LECTURE SYLLABUS Chapter Lectures Topic 13 6/287/1 Waves in 1 dimension 14 7/27/8 Waves in 3 dimensions 29 7/97/13 EM waves 3032 7/157/21 Geometric optics 33 7/227/27 Wave optics 3536 7/298/6 Modern physics...
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 Summer '08
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 Physics, Frequency, transverse force component, APPROXIMATE LECTURE SYLLABUS

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