 11.1COQ: A simple pendulum consists of a mass m (the “bob”) hanging on the e...
 11.1MCQ: A mass on a spring in SHM (Fig. 11–1) has amplitude A and period T....
 11.1P: (I) If a particle undergoes SHM with amplitude 0.21 m, what is the ...
 11.1Q: Is the acceleration of a simple harmonic oscillator ever zero? If s...
 11.1SL: Describe a procedure to measure the spring constant k of a car’s sp...
 11.2COQ: You drop a rock into a pond, and water waves spread out in circles....
 11.2MCQ: An object oscillates back and forth on the end of a spring. Which o...
 11.2P: (I) The springs of a 1700kg car compress 5.0 mm when its 66kg dri...
 11.2Q: Real springs have mass. Will the true period and frequency be large...
 11.2SL: A particular unbalanced wheel of a car shakes when the car moves at...
 11.3MCQ: An object of mass M oscillates on the end of a spring. To double th...
 11.3P: (II) An elastic cord is 61 cm long when a weight of 75 N hangs from...
 11.3Q: How could you double the maximum speed of a simple harmonic oscilla...
 11.3SL: Sometimes a car develops a pronounced rattle or vibration at a part...
 11.4MCQ: An object of mass m rests on a frictionless surface and is attached...
 11.4P: (II) Estimate the stiffness of the spring in a child’s pogo stick i...
 11.4Q: If a pendulum clock is accurate at sea level, will it gain or lose ...
 11.4SL: Destructive interference occurs where two overlapping waves are wav...
 11.5MCQ: When you use the approximation sin for a pendulum, you must specify...
 11.5P: (II) A fisherman’s scale stretches 3.6 cm when a 2.4kg fish hangs ...
 11.5Q: A tire swing hanging from a branch reaches nearly to the ground (Fi...
 11.5SL: Estimate the effective spring constant of a trampoline. [Hint: Go a...
 11.6MCQ: Suppose you pull a simple pendulum to one side by an angle of 5°, l...
 11.6P: (II) A small fly of mass 0.22 g is caught in a spider’s web. The we...
 11.6Q: For a simple harmonic oscillator, when (if ever) are the displaceme...
 11.6SL: A highway overpass was observed to resonate as one full loop when a...
 11.7MCQ: At a playground, two young children are on identical swings. One ch...
 11.7P: (II) A mass m at the end of a spring oscillates with a frequency of...
 11.7Q: Two equal masses are attached to separate identical springs next to...
 11.8MCQ: A grandfather clock is “losing” time because its pendulum moves too...
 11.8P: (II) A vertical spring with spring stiffness constant 305 N/m oscil...
 11.8Q: What is the approximate period of your walking step?
 11.9MCQ: Consider a wave traveling down a cord and the transverse motion of ...
 11.9P: (II) Figure 11–51 shows two examples of SHM, labeled A and B. For e...
 11.9Q: What happens to the period of a playground swing if you rise up fro...
 11.10MCQ: Two waves are traveling toward each other along a rope. When they m...
 11.10P: (II) A balsa wood block of mass 52 g floats on a lake, bobbing up a...
 11.10Q: Why can you make water slosh back and forth in a pan only if you sh...
 11.11EA: A mass is oscillating on a frictionless surface at the end of a hor...
 11.11EB: If an oscillating mass has a frequency of 1.25 Hz, it makes 100 osc...
 11.11EC: Suppose the spring in Fig. 11–5 is compressed to but is given a pus...
 11.11ED: By how much should the mass on the end of a spring be changed to ha...
 11.11EE: Return to ChapterOpening Question 1, page 292, and answer it again...
 11.11EF: If a simple pendulum is taken from sea level to the top of a high m...
 11.11EG: Return to ChapterOpening Question 2, page 292, and answer it again...
 11.11EH: You notice a water wave pass by the end of a pier, with about 0.5 s...
 11.11MCQ: Which of the following increases the speed of waves in a stretched ...
 11.11P: (II) At what displacement of a SHO is the energy half kinetic and h...
 11.11Q: Is the frequency of a simple periodic wave equal to the frequency o...
 11.12MCQ: Consider a wave on a string moving to the right, as shown in Fig. 1...
 11.12P: (II) An object of unknown mass m is hung from a vertical spring of ...
 11.12Q: Explain the difference between the speed of a transverse wave trave...
 11.13MCQ: What happens when two waves, such as waves on a lake, come from dif...
 11.13P: (II) A 1.65kg mass stretches a vertical spring 0.215 m. If the spr...
 11.13Q: What kind of waves do you think will travel along a horizontal meta...
 11.14MCQ: A student attaches one end of a Slinky to the top of a table. She h...
 11.14P: (II) A 1.15kg mass oscillates according to the equation X = 0.650 ...
 11.14Q: Since the density of air decreases with an increase in temperature,...
 11.15MCQ: A wave transports(a) energy but not matter.(b) matter but not energ...
 11.15P: (II) A 0.25kg mass at the end of a spring oscillates 2.2 times per...
 11.15Q: If a rope has a free end, a pulse sent down the rope behaves differ...
 11.16P: (II) It takes a force of 91.0 N to compress the spring of a toy pop...
 11.16Q: How did geophysicists determine that part of the Earth’s interior i...
 11.17P: (II) If one oscillation has 3.0 times the energy of a second one of...
 11.17Q: The speed of sound in most solids is somewhat greater than in air, ...
 11.18P: (II) A mass of 240 g oscillates on a horizontal frictionless surfac...
 11.18Q: Give two reasons why circular water waves decrease in amplitude as ...
 11.19P: (II) A mass resting on a horizontal, frictionless surface is attach...
 11.19Q: Two linear waves have the same amplitude and speed, and otherwise a...
 11.20P: (II) An object with mass 2.7 kg is executing simple harmonic K = 31...
 11.20Q: When a sinusoidal wave crosses the boundary between two sections of...
 11.21P: (II) At t =0, an 885g mass at rest on the end of a horizontal Spri...
 11.21Q: Is energy always conserved when two waves interfere? Explain.
 11.22P: (III) Agent Arlene devised the following method of measuring the mu...
 11.23P: (III) A bungee jumper with mass 65.0 kg jumps from a high bridge. A...
 11.22Q: If a string is vibrating as a standing wave in three loops, are the...
 11.23Q: Why do the strings used for the lowestfrequency notes on a piano n...
 11.24P: (III) A block of mass m is supported by two identical parallel vert...
 11.24Q: When a standing wave exists on a string, the vibrations of incident...
 11.25P: (III) A 1.60kg object oscillates at the end of a vertically hangin...
 11.25Q: Can the amplitude of the standing waves in Fig. 11–40 be greater th...
 11.26P: (III) Consider two objects, A and B, both undergoing SHM, but with ...
 11.26Q: “In a round bowl of water, waves move from the center to the rim, o...
 11.27P: (I) A pendulum has a period of 1.85 s on Earth. What is its period ...
 11.27Q: AM radio signals can usually be heard behind a hill, but FM often c...
 11.28P: (I) How long must a simple pendulum be if it is to make exactly one...
 11.29P: (I) A pendulum makes 28 oscillations in exactly 50 s. What is its (...
 11.30P: (II) What is the period of a simple pendulum 47 cm long (a) on the ...
 11.31P: (II) Your grandfather clock’s pendulum has a length of 0.9930 m. If...
 11.32P: (II) Derive a formula for the maximum speed v max of a simple pendu...
 11.33P: (III) A simple pendulum oscillates with an amplitude of 10.0°. What...
 11.34P: (III) A clock pendulum oscillates at a frequency of 2.5 Hz. At t =0...
 11.35P: (I) A fisherman notices that wave crests pass the bow of his anchor...
 11.36P: (I) A sound wave in air has a frequency of 282 Hz and travels with ...
 11.37P: (I) Calculate the speed of longitudinal waves in (a) water, (b) gra...
 11.38P: (I) AM radio signals have frequencies between 550 kHz and 1600 kHz ...
 11.39P: (II) P and S waves from an earthquake travel at different speeds, a...
 11.40P: (II) A cord of mass 0.65 kg is stretched between two supports 8.0 m...
 11.41P: (II) A 0.40kg cord is stretched between two supports, 8.7 m apart....
 11.42P: (II) A sailor strikes the side of his ship just below the surface o...
 11.43P: (II) Two children are sending signals along a cord of total mass 0....
 11.44P: (II) What is the ratio of (a) the intensities, and (b) the amplitud...
 11.45P: (II) The intensity of an earthquake wave passing through the Earth ...
 11.46P: (II) A bug on the surface of a pond is observed to move up and down...
 11.47P: (II) Two earthquake waves of the same frequency travel through the ...
 11.48P: (I) The two pulses shown in Fig. 11–54 are moving toward each other...
 11.49P: (I) If a violin string vibrates at 440 Hz as its fundamental freque...
 11.50P: (I) A violin string vibrates at 294 Hz when unfingered. At what fre...
 11.51P: (I) A particular string resonates in four loops at a frequency of 2...
 11.52P: (II) The speed of waves on a string is 97 m/s. If the frequency of ...
 11.53P: (II) If two successive overtones of a vibrating string are 280 Hz a...
 11.54P: (II) A guitar string is 92 cm long and has a mass of 3.4 g. The dis...
 11.55P: (II) One end of a horizontal string is attached to a smallamplitud...
 11.56P: (II) In (Fig. 11–55), the length of the string may be adjusted by m...
 11.57P: (II) When you slosh the water back and forth in a tub at just the r...
 11.58P: (I) An earthquake P wave traveling at 8.0 km/s strikes a boundary w...
 11.59P: (II) A sound wave is traveling in warm air when it hits a layer of ...
 11.61P: (II) What frequency of sound would have a wavelength the same size ...
 11.60P: (III) A longitudinal earthquake wave strikes a boundary between two...
 11.62GP: A 62kg person jumps from a window to a fire net 20.0 m directly be...
 11.63GP: An energyabsorbing car bumper has a spring constant of 410 kN/m. F...
 11.64GP: The length of a simple pendulum is 0.72 m, the pendulum bob has a m...
 11.65GP: A block of mass M is suspended from a ceiling by a spring with spri...
 11.66GP: A block with mass M=6.0 kg rests on a frictionless table and is att...
 11.67GP: A simple pendulum oscillates with frequency f. What is its frequenc...
 11.68GP: A 0.650kg mass oscillates according to the equation x=0.25 sin (4....
 11.69GP: An oxygen atom at a particular site within a DNA molecule can be ma...
 11.70GP: A rectangular block of wood floats in a calm lake. Show that, if fr...
 11.71GP: A 320kg wooden raft floats on a lake. When a 68kg man stands on t...
 11.72GP: A diving board oscillates with simple harmonic motion of frequency ...
 11.73GP: A 950kg car strikes a huge spring at a speed of 25 m/s (Fig. 11–57...
 11.74GP: A mass attached to the end of a spring is stretched a Distance x0 f...
 11.75GP: Carbon dioxide is a linear molecule. The carbon–oxygen bonds in thi...
 11.76GP: A mass m is gently placed on the end of a freely hanging spring. Th...
 11.77GP: Tall buildings are designed to sway in the wind. In a 100km/h wind...
 11.78GP: When you walk with a cup of coffee (diameter 8 cm) at just the righ...
 11.79GP: A bug on the surface of a pond is observed to move up and down a to...
 11.80GP: An earthquakeproduced surface wave can be approximated by a sinuso...
 11.81GP: Two strings on a musical instrument are tuned to play at 392 Hz (G)...
 11.82GP: A string can have a “free” end if that end is attached to a ring th...
 11.83GP: The ripples in a certain groove 10.2 cm from the center of a 33 rp...
 11.84GP: A wave with a frequency of 180 Hz and a wavelength of 10.0 cm is tr...
 11.85GP: Estimate the average power of a moving water wave that strikes the ...
 11.86GP: A tsunami is a sort of pulse or “wave packet” consisting of several...
 11.87GP: For any type of wave that reaches a boundary beyond which its speed...
 11.11.1: If a particle undergoes SHM with amplitude 0.21 m, what is the tota...
 11.1: If a particle undergoes SHM with amplitude 0.21 m, what is the tota...
 11.11.2: The springs of a 1700kg car compress 5.0 mm when its 66kg driver ...
 11.2: The springs of a 1700kg car compress 5.0 mm when its 66kg driver ...
 11.11.3: An elastic cord is 61 cm long when a weight of 75 N hangs from it b...
 11.3: An elastic cord is 61 cm long when a weight of 75 N hangs from it b...
 11.11.4: Estimate the stiffness of the spring in a childs pogo stick if the ...
 11.4: Estimate the stiffness of the spring in a childs pogo stick if the ...
 11.11.5: A fishermans scale stretches 3.6 cm when a 2.4kg fish hangs from i...
 11.5: A fishermans scale stretches 3.6 cm when a 2.4kg fish hangs from i...
 11.11.6: A small fly of mass 0.22 g is caught in a spiders web. The web osci...
 11.6: A small fly of mass 0.22 g is caught in a spiders web. The web osci...
 11.11.7: A mass m at the end of a spring oscillates with a frequency of 0.83...
 11.7: A mass m at the end of a spring oscillates with a frequency of 0.83...
 11.11.8: A vertical spring with spring stiffness constant oscillates with an...
 11.8: A vertical spring with spring stiffness constant oscillates with an...
 11.11.9: Figure 1151 shows two examples of SHM, labeled A and B. For each, w...
 11.9: igure 1151 shows two examples of SHM, labeled A and B. For each, wh...
 11.11.10: A balsa wood block of mass 52 g floats on a lake, bobbing up and do...
 11.10: A balsa wood block of mass 52 g floats on a lake, bobbing up and do...
 11.11.11: At what displacement of a SHO is the energy half kinetic and half p...
 11.11: At what displacement of a SHO is the energy half kinetic and half p...
 11.11.12: An object of unknown mass m is hung from a vertical spring of unkno...
 11.12: An object of unknown mass m is hung from a vertical spring of unkno...
 11.11.13: A 1.65kg mass stretches a vertical spring 0.215 m. If the spring i...
 11.13: A 1.65kg mass stretches a vertical spring 0.215 m. If the spring i...
 11.14: A 1.15kg mass oscillates according to the equation where x is in m...
 11.11.14: A 1.15kg mass oscillates according to the equation where x is in m...
 11.15: A 0.25kg mass at the end of a spring oscillates 2.2 times per seco...
 11.11.15: A 0.25kg mass at the end of a spring oscillates 2.2 times per seco...
 11.16: It takes a force of 91.0 N to compress the spring of a toy popgun 0...
 11.11.16: It takes a force of 91.0 N to compress the spring of a toy popgun 0...
 11.17: If one oscillation has 3.0 times the energy of a second one of equa...
 11.11.17: If one oscillation has 3.0 times the energy of a second one of equa...
 11.18: A mass of 240 g oscillates on a horizontal frictionless surface at ...
 11.11.18: A mass of 240 g oscillates on a horizontal frictionless surface at ...
 11.11.19: A mass resting on a horizontal, frictionless surface is attached to...
 11.19: A mass resting on a horizontal, frictionless surface is attached to...
 11.11.20: An object with mass 2.7 kg is executing simple harmonic motion, att...
 11.20: An object with mass 2.7 kg is executing simple harmonic motion, att...
 11.11.21: At an 885g mass at rest on the end of a horizontal spring is struc...
 11.21: At an 885g mass at rest on the end of a horizontal spring is struc...
 11.11.22: Agent Arlene devised the following method of measuring the muzzle v...
 11.22: Agent Arlene devised the following method of measuring the muzzle v...
 11.11.23: A bungee jumper with mass 65.0 kg jumps from a high bridge. After a...
 11.23: A bungee jumper with mass 65.0 kg jumps from a high bridge. After a...
 11.11.24: A block of mass m is supported by two identical parallel vertical s...
 11.24: A block of mass m is supported by two identical parallel vertical s...
 11.11.25: A 1.60kg object oscillates at the end of a vertically hanging ligh...
 11.25: A 1.60kg object oscillates at the end of a vertically hanging ligh...
 11.11.26: Consider two objects, A and B, both undergoing SHM, but with differ...
 11.26: Consider two objects, A and B, both undergoing SHM, but with differ...
 11.11.27: A pendulum has a period of 1.85 s on Earth. What is its period on M...
 11.27: A pendulum has a period of 1.85 s on Earth. What is its period on M...
 11.11.28: How long must a simple pendulum be if it is to make exactly one swi...
 11.28: How long must a simple pendulum be if it is to make exactly one swi...
 11.11.29: A pendulum makes 28 oscillations in exactly 50 s. What is its (a) p...
 11.29: A pendulum makes 28 oscillations in exactly 50 s. What is its (a) p...
 11.11.30: What is the period of a simple pendulum 47 cm long (a) on the Earth...
 11.30: What is the period of a simple pendulum 47 cm long (a) on the Earth...
 11.11.31: Your grandfather clocks pendulum has a length of 0.9930 m. If the c...
 11.31: Your grandfather clocks pendulum has a length of 0.9930 m. If the c...
 11.11.32: Derive a formula for the maximum speed of a simple pendulum bob in ...
 11.32: Derive a formula for the maximum speed of a simple pendulum bob in ...
 11.11.33: A simple pendulum oscillates with an amplitude of 10.0. What fracti...
 11.33: A simple pendulum oscillates with an amplitude of 10.0. What fracti...
 11.11.34: A clock pendulum oscillates at a frequency of 2.5 Hz. At it is rele...
 11.34: A clock pendulum oscillates at a frequency of 2.5 Hz. At it is rele...
 11.11.35: A fisherman notices that wave crests pass the bow of his anchored b...
 11.35: A fisherman notices that wave crests pass the bow of his anchored b...
 11.11.36: A sound wave in air has a frequency of 282 Hz and travels with a sp...
 11.36: A sound wave in air has a frequency of 282 Hz and travels with a sp...
 11.11.37: Calculate the speed of longitudinal waves in (a) water, (b) granite...
 11.37: Calculate the speed of longitudinal waves in (a) water, (b) granite...
 11.11.38: AM radio signals have frequencies between 550 kHz and 1600 kHz (kil...
 11.38: AM radio signals have frequencies between 550 kHz and 1600 kHz (kil...
 11.11.39: P and S waves from an earthquake travel at different speeds, and th...
 11.39: P and S waves from an earthquake travel at different speeds, and th...
 11.11.40: A cord of mass 0.65 kg is stretched between two supports 8.0 m apar...
 11.40: A cord of mass 0.65 kg is stretched between two supports 8.0 m apar...
 11.11.41: A 0.40kg cord is stretched between two supports, 8.7 m apart. When...
 11.41: A 0.40kg cord is stretched between two supports, 8.7 m apart. When...
 11.11.42: A sailor strikes the side of his ship just below the surface of the...
 11.42: A sailor strikes the side of his ship just below the surface of the...
 11.11.43: Two children are sending signals along a cord of total mass 0.50 kg...
 11.43: Two children are sending signals along a cord of total mass 0.50 kg...
 11.11.44: What is the ratio of (a) the intensities, and (b) the amplitudes, o...
 11.44: What is the ratio of (a) the intensities, and (b) the amplitudes, o...
 11.11.45: The intensity of an earthquake wave passing through the Earth is me...
 11.45: The intensity of an earthquake wave passing through the Earth is me...
 11.11.46: A bug on the surface of a pond is observed to move up and down a to...
 11.46: A bug on the surface of a pond is observed to move up and down a to...
 11.11.47: Two earthquake waves of the same frequency travel through the same ...
 11.47: Two earthquake waves of the same frequency travel through the same ...
 11.11.48: The two pulses shown in Fig. 1154 are moving toward each other. (a)...
 11.48: The two pulses shown in Fig. 1154 are moving toward each other. (a)...
 11.11.49: If a violin string vibrates at 440 Hz as its fundamental frequency,...
 11.49: If a violin string vibrates at 440 Hz as its fundamental frequency,...
 11.11.50: A violin string vibrates at 294 Hz when unfingered. At what frequen...
 11.50: A violin string vibrates at 294 Hz when unfingered. At what frequen...
 11.11.51: A particular string resonates in four loops at a frequency of 240 H...
 11.51: A particular string resonates in four loops at a frequency of 240 H...
 11.11.52: A particular string resonates in four loops at a frequency of 240 H...
 11.52: A particular string resonates in four loops at a frequency of 240 H...
 11.11.53: If two successive overtones of a vibrating string are 280 Hz and 35...
 11.53: If two successive overtones of a vibrating string are 280 Hz and 35...
 11.11.54: A guitar string is 92 cm long and has a mass of 3.4 g. The distance...
 11.54: A guitar string is 92 cm long and has a mass of 3.4 g. The distance...
 11.11.55: One end of a horizontal string is attached to a smallamplitude mech...
 11.55: One end of a horizontal string is attached to a smallamplitude mech...
 11.11.56: In (Fig. 1155), the length of the string may be adjusted by moving ...
 11.56: In (Fig. 1155), the length of the string may be adjusted by moving ...
 11.11.57: When you slosh the water back and forth in a tub at just the right ...
 11.57: When you slosh the water back and forth in a tub at just the right ...
 11.58: An earthquake P wave traveling at strikes a boundary within the Ear...
 11.11.58: An earthquake P wave traveling at strikes a boundary within the Ear...
 11.59: A sound wave is traveling in warm air when it hits a layer of cold,...
 11.11.59: A sound wave is traveling in warm air when it hits a layer of cold,...
 11.60: (III) A longitudinal earthquake wave strikes a boundary between two...
 11.11.60: (III) A longitudinal earthquake wave strikes a boundary between two...
 11.61: (II) What frequency of sound would have a wavelength the same size ...
 11.11.61: (II) What frequency of sound would have a wavelength the same size ...
 11.62: A 62kg person jumps from a window to a fire net 20.0 m directly be...
 11.11.62: A 62kg person jumps from a window to a fire net 20.0 m directly be...
 11.63: An energyabsorbing car bumper has a spring constant of Find the ma...
 11.11.63: An energyabsorbing car bumper has a spring constant of Find the ma...
 11.64: The length of a simple pendulum is 0.72 m, the pendulum bob has a m...
 11.11.64: The length of a simple pendulum is 0.72 m, the pendulum bob has a m...
 11.65: A block of mass M is suspended from a ceiling by a spring with spri...
 11.11.65: A block of mass M is suspended from a ceiling by a spring with spri...
 11.66: A block with mass rests on a frictionless table and is attached by ...
 11.11.66: A block with mass rests on a frictionless table and is attached by ...
 11.67: A simple pendulum oscillates with frequency f. What is its frequenc...
 11.11.67: A simple pendulum oscillates with frequency f. What is its frequenc...
 11.68: A 0.650kg mass oscillates according to the equation where x is in ...
 11.11.68: A 0.650kg mass oscillates according to the equation where x is in ...
 11.69: An oxygen atom at a particular site within a DNA molecule can be ma...
 11.11.69: An oxygen atom at a particular site within a DNA molecule can be ma...
 11.70: A rectangular block of wood floats in a calm lake. Show that, if fr...
 11.11.70: A rectangular block of wood floats in a calm lake. Show that, if fr...
 11.71: A 320kg wooden raft floats on a lake. When a 68kg man stands on t...
 11.11.71: A 320kg wooden raft floats on a lake. When a 68kg man stands on t...
 11.11.72: A diving board oscillates with simple harmonic motion of frequency ...
 11.72: A diving board oscillates with simple harmonic motion of frequency ...
 11.11.73: A 950kg car strikes a huge spring at a speed of (Fig. 1157), compr...
 11.73: A 950kg car strikes a huge spring at a speed of (Fig. 1157), compr...
 11.11.74: A mass attached to the end of a spring is stretched a distance from...
 11.74: A mass attached to the end of a spring is stretched a distance from...
 11.11.75: Carbon dioxide is a linear molecule. The carbonoxygen bonds in this...
 11.75: Carbon dioxide is a linear molecule. The carbonoxygen bonds in this...
 11.11.76: A mass m is gently placed on the end of a freely hanging spring. Th...
 11.76: A mass m is gently placed on the end of a freely hanging spring. Th...
 11.11.77: Tall buildings are designed to sway in the wind. In a wind, suppose...
 11.77: Tall buildings are designed to sway in the wind. In a wind, suppose...
 11.11.78: When you walk with a cup of coffee (diameter 8 cm) at just the righ...
 11.78: When you walk with a cup of coffee (diameter 8 cm) at just the righ...
 11.11.79: A bug on the surface of a pond is observed to move up and down a to...
 11.79: A bug on the surface of a pond is observed to move up and down a to...
 11.11.80: An earthquakeproduced surface wave can be approximated by a sinuso...
 11.80: An earthquakeproduced surface wave can be approximated by a sinuso...
 11.11.81: Two strings on a musical instrument are tuned to play at 392 Hz (G)...
 11.81: Two strings on a musical instrument are tuned to play at 392 Hz (G)...
 11.11.82: A string can have a free end if that end is attached to a ring that...
 11.82: A string can have a free end if that end is attached to a ring that...
 11.11.83: The ripples in a certain groove 10.2 cm from the center of a 33 rp...
 11.83: The ripples in a certain groove 10.2 cm from the center of a 33 rp...
 11.11.84: A wave with a frequency of 180 Hz and a wavelength of 10.0 cm is tr...
 11.84: A wave with a frequency of 180 Hz and a wavelength of 10.0 cm is tr...
 11.11.85: Estimate the average power of a moving water wave that strikes the ...
 11.85: Estimate the average power of a moving water wave that strikes the ...
 11.11.86: A tsunami is a sort of pulse or wave packet consisting of several c...
 11.86: A tsunami is a sort of pulse or wave packet consisting of several c...
 11.11.87: For any type of wave that reaches a boundary beyond which its speed...
 11.87: For any type of wave that reaches a boundary beyond which its speed...
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