9. It is TIME to move the Wave!  
The time
dependence of the sine wave is given as y = A sin(kxwt), with the wave traveling to right. Let
us make w = 10 rad/s, (the cell E6 is given
the value of w and is named omega) this make the period of the wave, T = 2p/w = 0.628 s. The
wavelength l = 2p/k
= 1 m, and v = w/k = l/T
= 1.59 m/s.
In the next screen the y column will be modified to include time dependence. The value 0.01 s is assigned to C9 and is named delta_t, and C10 is named t. Temporarily t is made equal to zero.


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