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# The Equation Of A Travelling Wave Is                                     Where Y Is The Microns, t in Seconds And x in Metres. The Ratio Of The Maximum Particle Velocity And Velocity Of The Wave Is

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Amplitude A = 60 microns = 60 × 10–6 m. Angular frequency ω = 1800 rad s–1 and wave number . Wave velocity is v = ω/k = 1800/6 = 300 ms–1. Maximum particle velocity

Therefore,

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