PhysicsThe transverse displacement y(x, t) of a wave on a string is given by y(x, t)=e-(ax2+bt2+2abxt). This represents a

The transverse displacement y(x, t) of a wave on a string is given by y(x, t)=e-(ax2+bt2+2abxt). This represents a

  1. A

    wave moving in –x direction with speed ba

  2. B

    standing wave of frequency b

  3. C

    standing wave of frequency 1b

  4. D

    wave moving in +x direction with ab

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    Solution:

    Given equation
    y(x,t)=e-(ax2+bt2+2abxt)=e-(ax+bt)2

    v=ωk=coefficient of tcoefficient of x=ba
    wave is moving in negative x - direction

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