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# Standing waves on a wire are described by Eq. (15.28),

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Problem 37E

Standing waves on a wire are described by Eq. (15.28), with The left end of the wire is at x = 0. At what distances from the left end are (a) the nodes of the standing wave and (b) the antinodes of the standing wave?

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