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posted by rishabh gupta .
Consider the following standing wave, (all units are SI)
z=0.2sin(0.4y)cos(350t)
(a) The values of t where the displacement at all values of y equals to zero are of the form : t=c+dn, where n=0,±1,±2,3, etc.
What is c?
What is d?

c = 0.00448571428571
d = 0.00897142857143
do you know lightly damped circuit or RC circuit
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