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PH 223 20:3-5

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Richard Datwyler

on 14 September 2016

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Transcript of PH 223 20:3-5

I clickers
The displacement of a wave traveling in the positive x-direction is
Find frequency, wavelength and speed
your turn, same question
find frequency, wavelength and speed from
this displacement equation
Bonus, now give me the velocity equation
picking up where we left off, and a bit more
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"Equation 20.8
I am unsure how that statement describes a wave in motion."
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