problem15_62

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

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15.62: (a) (b) The wave moves in the x + direction with speed , v so in the expression for ) 0 , ( x y replace x with : vt x - - < - < + - < - < - - + - < - = L vt x L vt x L vt x L h vt x L L vt x L h L vt x t x y ) ( for 0 ) ( 0 for ) ( 0 ) ( for ) ( ) ( for 0 ) , ( (c) From Eq. (15.21): - = - < - < = - - < - < - = - - - < - = - = - = L vt x F L vt x L h Fv L hv L h F vt x L L h Fv L hv L h F L vt x F t t x y x t x y F t x P ) ( for
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