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"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 App APK with 2 m/s, 0.32 m/s, 0.037 m/s, and 0.023 m/s choices for undergraduate engineering schools. Learn speed of traveling wave quiz questions for merit scholarship test and certificate programs for high school entrance exam.

## MCQ 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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