problem15_40

# University Physics with Modern Physics with Mastering Physics (11th Edition)

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15.40: (a) m. 193 . 0 (b) mm. 2.22 mm) 44 . 4 ( m rad 5 . 32 2 2 2 1 SW 2 1 = = = λ = = = π k π A A ( c) s. m 2 . 23 (d) Hz. 120 m rad 5 . 32 m rad 754 2 m rad 754 2 = = = = = = π π k ω ω v f (e) If the wave traveling in the x + direction is written as ), cos( ) , ( 1 t kx A t x y ϖ - = then the wave traveling in the m rad 5 . 32 and (a), from mm
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