**Unformatted text preview: **“cusps” of the x y-plot), the particles go from moving at uniform speed in one direction to moving at the same speed in the other direction. In the limit that Fig. (16.43) is an accurate depiction, this would happen in a vanishing small time, hence requiring a very large force, which would result from a very large pressure gradient. d) The statement is true, but incomplete. The pressure is indeed greatest where the displacement is zero, but the pressure is equal to its largest value at points other than those where the displacement is zero....

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