# Answer to Question #35731 in Mechanics | Relativity for kranti pyasi

Question #35731

Standing waves are produced by the superposition of two waves given by

y1 (x, t) = 0.2 sin p (t − 2x) m

and y2 (x, t) = 0.2 sin p (t + 2x) m

(i) Obtain the resultant displacement of the particle at x at time t. (ii) At what value of x is

displacement zero at all times. (iii) What is the distance between two nearest values of x

at which the displacement is zero. Is it related to wavelength?

y1 (x, t) = 0.2 sin p (t − 2x) m

and y2 (x, t) = 0.2 sin p (t + 2x) m

(i) Obtain the resultant displacement of the particle at x at time t. (ii) At what value of x is

displacement zero at all times. (iii) What is the distance between two nearest values of x

at which the displacement is zero. Is it related to wavelength?

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