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The Bay of Fundy in Canada has the largest tides in the world. The difference between low and high water levels is 15 meters (nearly 50 feet). At a particular point the depth of the water, y meters, is given as a function of time, t, in hours since midnight by y = D + Acos (B(t C)) . (a) What is the physical meaning of D? (b) What is the value of A? (c) What is the value of B? Assume the time between successive high tides is 12.4 hours. (d) What is the physical meaning of C? 2

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