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## Stationary Waves MCQs: Questions and Answers

MCQ 1: Speed of stationary waves is

1. 1 ms-1
2. 2 ms-1
3. 3 ms-1
4. zero

MCQ 2: In a stationary wave, nodes are at

1. fixed points
2. movable points
3. there are no nodes
4. random points

MCQ 3: In the formation of stationary waves, at T⁄2 the waves are

1. out of phase
2. in phase
3. diminished
4. twice the amplitude

MCQ 4: For a given system, the minimum frequency of a standing wave is in a

1. fundamental mode
2. lowest mode
3. highest mode
4. peak mode

MCQ 5: A node having twice the frequency of the fundamental is called

1. half harmonic
2. harmonic
3. double harmonic
4. triple harmonic

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