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Old Jun 18th 2011, 12:07 AM   #1
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Question Wave equation

the equation of traveling wave is y(x,t)= 0.15 sin[10π(t-x/60] where the units are SI. The wavelength is....



i don't know how to solve the wavelength...here are some useful formulas

wave speed: v= lambda x frequency
frequency=v/lambda
k=2pi/lambda..

thanks!
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