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wave is modeled by the function ...

h(t) = 3cos(p/10)*t

What is the period of the wave (T)

*frequency (F) is defined as the number of cycles of the motion per second. What is the relationship between F and T?

Find the wave height (H) which is the vertical distance between the trough and the crest of the wave.

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