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YOu are creating a transverse wave in a rope by shaking your hand from side to side. Without changing the distance that your hand moves, you begin to shake it slower and slower. What happens to the frequency?

it decreases??

2. For incomplete cancellation to occur, opposite pulses must have
A. equal amplitudes
B. different energies
C. equal pulses
D equak displacements

A???

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    yes, no. INcomplete requires...

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