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As we discussed in Section 15.1, water waves are a

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Problem 23DQ

As we discussed in Section 15.1, water waves are a combination of longitudinal and transverse waves. Defend the following statement: “When water waves hit a vertical wall, the wall is a node of the longitudinal displacement but an antinode of the transverse displacement.”

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Author: Hugh D. Young, Roger A. Freedman
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