 16.1: If a wave y(x, t) (6.0 mm) sin(kx (600 rad/s)t f) travels along a s...
 16.2: A human wave. During sporting events within large, densely packed s...
 16.3: A wave has an angular frequency of 110 rad/s and a wavelength of 1....
 16.4: A sand scorpion can detect the motion of a nearby beetle (its prey)...
 16.5: A sinusoidal wave travels along a string. The time for a particular...
 16.6: A sinusoidal wave travels along a string under tension. Figure 163...
 16.7: A transverse sinusoidal wave is moving along a string in the positi...
 16.8: Figure 1632 shows the transverse velocity u versus time t of the p...
 16.9: A sinusoidal wave moving along a string is shown twice in Fig. 163...
 16.10: The equation of a transverse wave traveling along a very long strin...
 16.11: A sinusoidal transverse wave of wavelength 20 cm travels along a st...
 16.12: The function y(x, t) (15.0 cm) cos(px 15pt), with x in meters and t...
 16.13: A sinusoidal wave of frequency 500 Hz has a speed of 350 m/s. (a) H...
 16.14: The equation of a transverse wave on a string is y (2.0 mm) sin[(20...
 16.15: A stretched string has a mass per unit length of 5.00 g/cm and a te...
 16.16: The speed of a transverse wave on a string is 170 m/s when the stri...
 16.17: The linear density of a string is 1.6 104 kg/m.A transverse wave on...
 16.18: The heaviest and lightest strings on a certain violin have linear d...
 16.19: What is the speed of a transverse wave in a rope of length 2.00 m a...
 16.20: The tension in a wire clamped at both ends is doubled without appre...
 16.21: A 100 g wire is held under a tension of 250 N with one end at x 0 a...
 16.22: A sinusoidal wave is traveling on a string with speed 40 cm/s. The ...
 16.23: A sinusoidal transverse wave is traveling along a string in the neg...
 16.24: In Fig. 1636a, string 1 has a linear density of 3.00 g/m, and stri...
 16.25: A uniform rope of mass m and length L hangs from a ceiling. (a) Sho...
 16.26: A string along which waves can travel is 2.70 m long and has a mass...
 16.27: A sinusoidal wave is sent along a string with a linear density of 2...
 16.28: Use the wave equation to find the speed of a wave given by y(x, t) ...
 16.29: Use the wave equation to find the speed of a wave given by y(x, t) ...
 16.30: Use the wave equation to find the speed of a wave given in terms of...
 16.31: Two identical traveling waves, moving in the same direction, are ou...
 16.32: What phase difference between two identical traveling waves, moving...
 16.33: Two sinusoidal waves with the same amplitude of 9.00 mm and the sam...
 16.34: A sinusoidal wave of angular frequency 1200 rad/s and amplitude 3.0...
 16.35: Two sinusoidal waves of the same frequency travel in the same direc...
 16.36: Four waves are to be sent along the same string, in the same direct...
 16.37: These two waves travel along the same string: y1(x, t) (4.60 mm) si...
 16.38: Two sinusoidal waves of the same frequency are to be sent in the sa...
 16.39: Two sinusoidal waves of the same period, with amplitudes of 5.0 and...
 16.40: Two sinusoidal waves with identical wavelengths and amplitudes trav...
 16.41: A string fixed at both ends is 8.40 m long and has a mass of 0.120 ...
 16.42: A string under tension ti oscillates in the third harmonic at frequ...
 16.43: What are (a) the lowest frequency, (b) the second lowest frequency,...
 16.44: A 125 cm length of string has mass 2.00 g and tension 7.00 N. (a) W...
 16.45: A string that is stretched between fixed supports separated by 75.0...
 16.46: String A is stretched between two clamps separated by distance L. S...
 16.47: One of the harmonic frequencies for a particular string under tensi...
 16.48: If a transmission line in a cold climate collects ice, the increase...
 16.49: A nylon guitar string has a linear density of 7.20 g/m and is under...
 16.50: For a particular transverse standing wave on a long string, one of ...
 16.51: Two waves are generated on a string of length 3.0 m to produce a th...
 16.52: A rope, under a tension of 200 N and fixed at both ends, oscillates...
 16.53: A string oscillates according to the equation (0.50 cm) sin p3 cm1x...
 16.54: Two sinusoidal waves with the same amplitude and wavelength travel ...
 16.55: The following two waves are sent in opposite directions on a horizo...
 16.56: A standing wave pattern on a string is described by y(x, t) 0.040 (...
 16.57: A generator at one end of a very long string creates a wave given b...
 16.58: In Fig. 1642, a string, tied to a sinusoidal oscillator at P and r...
 16.59: In Fig. 1643, an aluminum wire, of length L1 60.0 cm, crosssectio...
 16.60: In Fig. 1642, a string, tied to a sinusoidal oscillator at P and r...
 16.61: In an experiment on standing waves, a string 90 cm long is attached...
 16.62: A sinusoidal transverse wave traveling in the positive direction of...
 16.63: A wave has a speed of 240 m/s and a wavelength of 3.2 m.What are th...
 16.64: The equation of a transverse wave traveling along a string is y 0.1...
 16.65: The equation of a transverse wave traveling along a string is y (2....
 16.66: Figure 1644 shows the displacement y versus time t of the point on...
 16.67: Two sinusoidal waves, identical except for phase, travel in the sam...
 16.68: A single pulse, given by h(x 5.0t), is shown in Fig. 1645 for t 0....
 16.69: Three sinusoidal waves of the same frequency travel along a string ...
 16.70: Figure 1646 shows transverse acceleration ay versus time t of the ...
 16.71: A transverse sinusoidal wave is generated at one end of a long, hor...
 16.72: Two sinusoidal 120 Hz waves, of the same frequency and amplitude, a...
 16.73: At time t 0 and at position x 0 m along a string, a traveling sinus...
 16.74: Energy is transmitted at rate P1 by a wave of frequency f1 on a str...
 16.75: (a) What is the fastest transverse wave that can be sent along a st...
 16.76: A standing wave results from the sum of two transverse traveling wa...
 16.77: The type of rubber band used inside some baseballs and golf balls o...
 16.78: The speed of electromagnetic waves (which include visible light, ra...
 16.79: A 1.50 m wire has a mass of 8.70 g and is under a tension of 120 N....
 16.80: When played in a certain manner, the lowest resonant frequency of a...
 16.81: A sinusoidal transverse wave traveling in the negative direction of...
 16.82: Two sinusoidal waves of the same wavelength travel in the same dire...
 16.83: A sinusoidal transverse wave of amplitude ym and wavelength l trave...
 16.84: Oscillation of a 600 Hz tuning fork sets up standing waves in a str...
 16.85: A 120 cm length of string is stretched between fixed supports. What...
 16.86: (a) Write an equation describing a sinusoidal transverse wave trave...
 16.87: A wave on a string is described by y(x, t) 15.0 sin(px/8 4pt), wher...
 16.88: Body armor. When a highspeed projectile such as a bullet or bomb f...
 16.89: Two waves are described by y1 0.30 sin[p (5x 200t)] and y2 0.30 sin...
 16.90: A certain transverse sinusoidal wave of wavelength 20 cm is moving ...
 16.91: In a demonstration, a 1.2 kg horizontal rope is fixed in place at i...
 16.92: Two waves, y1 (2.50 mm) sin[(25.1 rad/m)x (440 rad/s)t] and y2 (1.5...
 16.93: A traveling wave on a string is described by y 2.0 sin 2p t0.40 x80...
 16.94: In Fig. 1650, a circular loop of string is set spinning about the ...
 16.95: A continuous traveling wave with amplitude A is incident on a bound...
 16.96: Consider a loop in the standing wave created by two waves (amplitud...
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