Posted by **swapnali** on Thursday, March 15, 2012 at 8:58am.

The equation of transverse wave on a rope is

y (x, t) = 5 sin (4.0t −0.02x)

where y and x are measured in cm and t is expressed in second. Calculate the maximum

speed of a particle on the rope.

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