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474_Physics ProblemsTechnical Physics - 476 P16.5 Wave...

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476 Wave Motion P16.5 The distance the waves have traveled is dt t == + 7 80 4 50 17 3 .. . km s km s s bg a f where t is the travel time for the faster wave. Then, 780 450 450 173 . . −= a f b g a f km s km s s t or t = = 23 6 . km s s km s s af and the distance is d 780 236 184 km s s km . Section 16.2 Sinusoidal Waves P16.6 Using data from the observations, we have λ = 120 . m and f = 800 12 0 . s Therefore, vf F H G I K J = 12 0 0800 . . . . m s ms a f P16.7 f 40 0 4 3 . v i b r a t ion s 30.0 s Hz v 425 42 5 cm 10.0 s cm s . = = v f 42 5 31 9 0 319 4 3 . cm s Hz cm m P16.8 = = 4 00 60 0 240 2 40 . Hz cm cm s m s P16.9 yx t =− 00200 211 362 .s i n . . m a f in SI units
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