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# Speed of Traveling Wave MCQ Quiz Online

Practice Speed of Traveling Wave Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ), Speed of Traveling Wave quiz answers PDF to learn engineering physics online course for engineering physics classes. Transverse Waves Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQs), Speed of Traveling Wave quiz questions for undergraduate engineering schools. "Speed of Traveling Wave MCQ" PDF Book: transverse and longitudinal waves, wavelength and frequency, types of waves test prep for online undergraduate engineering schools.

"If a wave traveling along a string is y(x,t)=0.0032sin(72.1x-2.72t), in which numerical constants are in SI units i.e. 0.0032m, 72.1rad/m and 2.72rad/s, then velocity of wave is" MCQ PDF: speed of traveling wave with choices 2 m/s, 0.32 m/s, 0.037 m/s, and 0.023 m/s for undergraduate engineering schools. Learn speed of traveling wave quiz questions for merit scholarship test and certificate programs for high school entrance exam.

## MCQs on Speed of Traveling Wave Quiz

MCQ: If a wave traveling along a string is y(x,t)=0.0032sin(72.1x-2.72t), in which numerical constants are in SI units i.e. 0.0032m, 72.1rad/m and 2.72rad/s, then velocity of wave is

2 m/s
0.32 m/s
0.037 m/s
0.023 m/s

MCQ: If a wave traveling along a string is y(x,t)=0.0032sin(72.1x-2.72t), in which numerical constants are in SI units i.e. 0.0032m, 72.1rad/m and 2.72rad/s, then amplitude of wave is

0.0032 m
72.1 m
2.72 m
2.37 m

MCQ: If a wave traveling along a string is y(x,t)=0.0032sin(72.1x-2.72t), in which numerical constants are in SI units i.e. 0.0032m, 72.1rad/m and 2.72rad/s, then period of wave is

1.45 s
2.31 s
15.34 s
0.5 s

MCQ: If a wave traveling along a string is y(x,t)=0.0032sin(72.1x-2.72t), in which numerical constants are in SI units i.e. 0.0032m, 72.1rad/m and 2.72rad/s, then wavelength of wave is

0.0871 m
0.0032 m
0.433 m
3.77 m

MCQ: Rate at which transverse velocity of element is changing, is termed as

transverse acceleration
angular acceleration
constant acceleration
none of above

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