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1. What is the speed of a periodic wave disturbance that has a frequency of 3.00

Hz and a wavelength of 0.600 m?

2. The speed of a transverse wave in a string is 30.0 m/s. If a source produces a

disturbance that has a frequency of 12.00 Hz, what is its wavelength?

3. Five wavelengths are generated every 0.200 s in a tank of water. What is the

speed of the wave if the wavelength of the surface wave is 2.40 cm?

4. A periodic longitudinal wave that has a frequency of 30.0 Hz travels along a

coiled spring toy. If the distance between successive compressions is 0.500 m,

what is the speed of the wave?

5. The wavelength of water waves in a shallow dish is 5.0 cm. The water moves up

and down at a rate of 6.5 oscillations/s.

a. What is the speed of the waves?

b. What is the period of the waves?

6. Water waves in a lake travel 4.8 m in 2.1 s. The period of oscillation is 1.1 s.

a. What is the speed of the water waves?

b. What is their wavelength?

7. A sonar signal of frequency 1.50 106 Hz has a wavelength of 3.00 mm in water.

a. What is the speed of the signal in water?

b. What is its period in water?

8. A sound wave of wavelength 0.50 m and a velocity of 220 m/s is produced for

0.50 s.

a. What is the frequency of the wave?

b. How many complete waves are emitted in this time interval?

c. After 0.50 s, how far is the front of the wave from the source of the sound?

9. Pepe and Alfredo are resting on an offshore platform after a swim. They estimate

that 2.0 m separates a trough and an adjacent crest of each surface wave on the

lake. They count 18 crests in 10.0 s. Calculate how fast the waves are moving!

10.The velocity of the transverse waves produced by an earthquake is 9.1 km/s, and

that of the longitudinal waves is 6.2 km/s. A seismograph records the arrival of

the transverse waves 68 s before the arrival of the longitudinal waves. How far

away is the earthquake?

11.You are floating offshore at the beach. Even though the waves are steadily

moving toward the beach, you dont move much closer to the beach.

a. What type of wave are you experiencing as you float in the water?

b. Explain why the wave does not move you closer to shore.

c. In the course of 20 s you count ten waves that pass you. What is the period

of the waves?

d. What is the frequency of the waves?

e. You estimate that the wave crests are 4 m apart. What is the velocity of the

waves?

f. After returning to the beach, you learn that the waves are moving at 2.2 m/s.

What is the actual wavelength of the waves?

12.Provided that the amplitude is sufficiently great, the human ear can respond to

longitudinal waves over a range of frequencies from about 30.0 Hz to about

30.000Hz.

a. Compute the wavelength corresponding to f =30Hz for waves in air (v = 344

m/s)

b. Compute the wavelength corresponding to f = 30.000 Hz for waves in air (v

= 344 m/s).

c. Compute the wavelength corresponding to 30 Hz for waves in water (v =

1480 m/s).

d. Compute the wavelength corresponding to 30.000 Hz for waves in water (v

= 1480 m/s).

13.A sound wave produced by a clock chime is heard 525 m away 1.50 s later

a. What is the speed of sound of the clocks chime in air?

b. The sound wave has a frequency of 452 Hz. What is the period of the wave?

c. What is the waves wavelength?

14.A hiker shouts toward a vertical cliff 485 m away. The echo is heard 2.5 s later

a. What is the speed of sound of the hikers voice in air?

b. The wavelength of the sound is 0.750 m. What is its frequency?

c. What is the period of the wave?

15.Transverse (sinusoidal) waves on a string have wave speed v = 4.00m/s,

amplitude A = 0.0600m, and wavelength = 0.320m. The waves travel in the -x

direction, and at t = 0 the x = 0 end of the string has its maximum upward

displacement.

a. Find the frequency of these waves.

b. Find the period of these waves.

c. Find the wave number of these waves.

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