problem15_71

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

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15.71: a) ) , ( ) , ( ) , ( 2 1 t x y t x y t x y + = [ ] ) cos( ) cos( ωt kx ωt kx Α - + + = [ ] kx ωt kx ωt kx ωt kx ωt Α sin sin cos cos sin sin cos cos + + - = . cos cos ) 2 ( kx ωt Α = b) At 0 so and , )cos (2 ) , 0 ( , 0 = = = x ωt Α t y x is an antinode. c) The maximum displacement is, front part (b),
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