# Physics

A progressive wave equation is given by
y=a sin (200(pie)t -(pie)x/17)
Find;
1) The wavelength
2) Velocity
3) Frequency
4) Period

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1. when does 200 pi t = 2 pi ??? (when t = T :)
T = 2/200
T = 0.01 second

when does pi x/17 = 2 pi ? (when x = L)
L = 34 meters

frequency = 1/T = 100

for velocity, constant phase = constant argument
200 t = x/17
x/t = 17*200

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