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546_Physics - 548 Superposition and Standing Waves ANSWERS TO EVEN PROBLEMS P18.2 see the solution P18.38 0.656 m 1.64 m P18.4 5.66 cm P18.40 3 kHz

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548 Superposition and Standing Waves ANSWERS TO EVEN PROBLEMS P18.2 see the solution P18.38 0.656 m; 1.64 m P18.40 3 kHz; see the solution P18.4 5.66 cm P18.42 t rv Rf = π 2 2 P18.6 0.500 s P18.8 (a) 3.33 rad; (b) 283 Hz P18.44 L = 0252 . m, 0.504 m, 0.757 m, , n . af m for n = 123 ,,, P18.10 (a) The number is the greatest integer F H G I K J + d f v 1 2 ; P18.46 0.502 m; 0.837 m (b) L dn v f nv f n = −− 2 22 12 21 2 bg b g b g where nn = ,, , max P18.48 (a) 0.195 m; (b) 841 m P18.50 1.16 m P18.12 (a) x = λ 2 ; P18.52 (a) 521 Hz or 525 Hz; (b) 526 Hz; (c) reduce by 1.14% (b) along the hyperbola 9 16 144 xy −= P18.54 4-foot and 2 2 3 -foot ; 2 2 3 2 and -foot; and all three together P18.14 (a) 2 1 0123 += m for , , , , ; (b) 0 029 4 . m P18.56 see the solution
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