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# Particle Displacements (in Cm) In A Standing Wave Are Given By                        The Distance Between A Node And The Next Anti-node Is

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Correct option is

5.0 cm

which gives . The distance between a node and the next antinode = λ/4 = 20/4 = 5 cm.

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