 16.1: If one end of a heavy rope is attached to one end of a lightweight ...
 16.2: If you stretch a rubber hose and pluck it, you can observe a pulse ...
 16.3: Rank the waves represented by the following functions from the larg...
 16.4: By what factor would you have to multiply the tension in a stretche...
 16.5: When all the strings on a guitar (Fig. OQ16.5) are stretched to the...
 16.6: Which of the following statements is not necessarily true regarding...
 16.7: (a) Can a wave on a string move with a wave speed that is greater t...
 16.8: A source vibrating at constant frequency generates a sinusoidal wav...
 16.9: The distance between two successive peaks of a sinusoidal wave trav...
 16.10: When a particular wire is vibrating with a frequency of 4.00 Hz, a ...
 16.11: The string shown in Figure P16.11 is driven at a frequency of 5.00 ...
 16.12: Consider the sinusoidal wave of Example 16.2 with the wave function...
 16.13: A sinusoidal wave of wavelength 2.00 m and amplitude 0.100 m travel...
 16.14: (a) Plot y versus t at x 5 0 for a sinusoidal wave of the form y 5 ...
 16.15: A transverse wave on a string is described by the wave function y 5...
 16.16: A wave on a string is described by the wave function y 5 0.100 sin ...
 16.17: A sinusoidal wave is described by the wave function y 5 0.25 sin (0...
 16.18: A sinusoidal wave traveling in the negative x direction (to the lef...
 16.19: (a) Write the expression for y as a function of x and t in SI units...
 16.20: A transverse sinusoidal wave on a string has a period T 5 25.0 ms a...
 16.21: Review. The elastic limit of a steel wire is 2.70 3 108 Pa. What is...
 16.22: A piano string having a mass per unit length equal to 5.00 3 1023 k...
 16.23: Transverse waves travel with a speed of 20.0 m/s on a string under ...
 16.24: A student taking a quiz finds on a reference sheet the two equation...
 16.25: An Ethernet cable is 4.00 m long. The cable has a mass of 0.200 kg....
 16.26: A transverse traveling wave on a taut wire has an amplitude of 0.20...
 16.27: A steel wire of length 30.0 m and a copper wire of length 20.0 m, b...
 16.28: Why is the following situation impossible? An astronaut on the Moon...
 16.29: Tension is maintained in a string as in Figure P16.29. The observed...
 16.30: Review. A light string with a mass per unit length of 8.00 g/m has ...
 16.31: Transverse pulses travel with a speed of 200 m/s along a taut coppe...
 16.32: In a region far from the epicenter of an earthquake, a seismic wave...
 16.33: Transverse waves are being generated on a rope under constant tensi...
 16.34: Sinusoidal waves 5.00 cm in amplitude are to be transmitted along a...
 16.35: A sinusoidal wave on a string is described by the wave function y 5...
 16.36: A taut rope has a mass of 0.180 kg and a length of 3.60 m. What pow...
 16.37: A long string carries a wave; a 6.00m segment of the string contai...
 16.38: A horizontal string can transmit a maximum power P0 (without breaki...
 16.39: The wave function for a wave on a taut string is y1x, t 2 5 0.350 s...
 16.40: A twodimensional water wave spreads in circular ripples. Show that...
 16.41: Show that the wave function y 5 ln [b(x 2 vt)] is a solution to Equ...
 16.42: (a) Evaluate A in the scalar equality 4 (7 1 3) 5 A. (b) Evaluate A...
 16.43: Show that the wave function y 5 e b(x2vt) is a solution of the line...
 16.44: (a) Show that the function y(x, t) 5 x2 1 v2 t 2 is a solution to t...
 16.45: Motionpicture film is projected at a frequency of 24.0 frames per ...
 16.46: The wave is a particular type of pulse that can propagate through a...
 16.47: A sinusoidal wave in a rope is described by the wave function y 5 0...
 16.48: The ocean floor is underlain by a layer of basalt that constitutes ...
 16.49: Review. A 2.00kg block hangs from a rubber cord, being supported s...
 16.50: Review. A block of mass M hangs from a rubber cord. The block is su...
 16.51: A transverse wave on a string is described by the wave function y(x...
 16.52: A sinusoidal wave in a string is described by the wave function y 5...
 16.53: Review. A block of mass M, supported by a string, rests on a fricti...
 16.54: An undersea earthquake or a landslide can produce an ocean wave of ...
 16.55: Review. A block of mass M 5 0.450 kg is attached to one end of a co...
 16.56: Review. A block of mass M 5 0.450 kg is attached to one end of a co...
 16.57: Review. A block of mass M is attached to one end of a cord of mass ...
 16.58: A string with linear density 0.500 g/m is held under tension 20.0 N...
 16.59: A wire of density r is tapered so that its crosssectional area var...
 16.60: A rope of total mass m and length L is suspended vertically. Analys...
 16.61: A pulse traveling along a string of linear mass density m is descri...
 16.62: Why is the following situation impossible? Tsunamis are ocean surfa...
 16.63: Review. An aluminum wire is held between two clamps under zero tens...
 16.64: Assume an object of mass M is suspended from the bottom of the rope...
 16.65: A rope of total mass m and length L is suspended vertically. As sho...
 16.66: A string on a musical instrument is held under tension T and extend...
 16.67: If a loop of chain is spun at high speed, it can roll along the gro...
Solutions for Chapter 16: Wave Motion
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