Standing waves on a wire are described by Eq. (15.28), with ASW = 2.50 mm, v = 942 rad>s, and k = 0.750p rad>m. 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?
4.1 Describing Motion: Examples from Daily Life Monday, September 12, 2016 1:01 PM Chapter 4 Making Sense of the Universe • Understanding Motion,Energy, and Gravity • Review ○ Pattern in the sky ○ Geocentricsolar system ○ Epicycles ○ Heliocentric solar system ○ Elliptical orbits ○ Mountains on the moon How do we describe motion • Precise definition ○ Speed Rate at which object moves ○ Velocity Speed and direction Ex. 10 m/s, due east ○ Acceleration Any chance in Velocity I.e. change in speed and/or direction 2 Units of speed/time(m/s ) •