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Problem 32E

Interference of Triangular Pulses. Two triangular wave pulses are traveling toward each other on a stretched string as shown in ?Fig. E15.32?. Each pulse is identical to the other and travels at 2.00 cm/s. The leading edges of the pulses are 1.00 cm apart at t = 0. Sketch the shape of the string at t = 0.250 s, t = 0.500 s, t = 0.750 s, t = 1.000 s, and t = 1.250 s.

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Solution 32E Step 1 of 1: According to principle of superposition, the net displacement is the algebraic sum of the displacements due to each pulse. The pulses...

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