problem15_19

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

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15.19: a) s m 0 . 10 ) m kg (0.0500 N) 00 . 5 ( = = = μ F v b) m 0.250 Hz) (40.0 ) s m (10.0 = = = λ f v c) ) specified. as , ) 0 . 0 ( : (Note ) cos( ) , ( A y ωt kx A t x y = - = s rad 0 . 80 2 m; rad 00 . 8 2 π πf ω π π k = = = λ = - ] ) s rad 0 . 80 ( ) m rad (8.00 cos[ ) cm 00 . 3 ( ) , ( t π x π t x y - = d) ) cos( and ) sin( 2 ωt kx a ωt kx v y y - - = - + =
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