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# Let y = 1/(1 + x^2) at  t = 0 be the amplitude of the wave propagating in the positive x-direction At t = 2s, the amplitude of the wave propagating becomes y = 1/(1 + (x - 2)^2). - Physics

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Let y = 1/(1 + x^2) at  t = 0 be the amplitude of the wave propagating in the positive x-direction. At t = 2s, the amplitude of the wave propagating becomes y = 1/(1 + (x - 2)^2). Assume that the shape of the wave does not
change during propagation. The velocity of the wave is:

• 0.5 ms-1

• 1.0 ms-1

• 1.5 ms-1

• 2.0 ms-1

#### Solution

1.0 ms-1

Concept: Standing Waves
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