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Grade: 12

                        

A wave is propagating along x axis. The displacement of the particles of the medium in z direction at t = 0 is given by z=exp[-(x+2)^2] "x" is in metres. At t=1s, the same disturbance is given by z=exp [-(2-x)^2]. Find magnitude and direction of wave propagation velocity.

6 years ago

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Sher Mohammad
IIT Delhi
askIITians Faculty
174 Points
							1. Magnitude of velocity =(2+2)m/s ,
2. Direction the wave is moving in negative direction .
sher mohammad
askiitians faculty
b.tech, iit delhi
6 years ago
jayati goyal
11 Points
							
the answer itself is 4m/s in +x direction.....
since at t = 1s , a -ve sign is in front of x , thats why it travels in +ve direction...
3 years ago
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