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asked Should the term Watt's Law be used for $P = IV$?
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comment How can a sine wave represent a longitudinal wave?
Technically it would be correct to say "sound waves are modeled by sine waves" instead of "sound waves are composed of sine waves." The later is a quote from an audiovisual reference that prompted my initial question.
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comment How can a sine wave represent a longitudinal wave?
@dmckee thanks. I'll get the coding thing down next question.
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comment How can a sine wave represent a longitudinal wave?
@Jerry, to make sure I'm reading your equation correctly. p = density, x = position, t = time, w = angular momentum and k = ?
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asked How can a sine wave represent a longitudinal wave?