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Posted by Lauren on Sunday, August 5, 2012 at 9:31pm.

Standing waves on a string are generated by oscillations having amplitude 0.005 m, angular frequency 942 rad/s, and wave number 0.750p rad/m.

a.) What is the equation of the standing wave?
b.) At what distances from x=0 are the nodes and antinodes?
c.) What is the frequency of a point on the string at an antinode?
d.) If the string is 4m long, how many nodes are there?

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