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## Solution for problem 9E Chapter 15

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Problem 9E

CALC ?Which of the following wave functions satisfies the wave equation, Eq. (15.12)? (a) ; (b) (d) For the wave of part (b), write the equations for the transverse velocity and transverse acceleration of a particle at point ?x?.

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Solution 9E Step 1 of 10: The wave equation is given by, 2 2 y2x,t= 12 y(2,t)………...1 x v t and the given relation k = 2 …………..2 v2 Where k is wavenumber, v is wave speed and is the angular speed. In the given problem, we need to check whether the given wave functions satisfies wave equation.

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