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A particular sound wave can be graphed using the function y=1sin2x . Find the amplitude of the function.

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\[y= 1sin2x\] well have you tried it yet
which is just sin2x
so just amplitude of sin x which is 1

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the 2 only affects period
yeah..but it is better if she tries it..
it is 1 .... my bad.... :)
@dpaInc Wave analysis doesn't work like this, if you separate the 2x like you did then it gives you the combined equation of two waves. That means what we have is the result of interference between two waves. Isolate the two waves and then find the net amplitude (sum of individual amplitudes) and you'll be surprised to get 1 again.
@akitav, yeah... i see that... that's why i said my bad before you put that ^^^ up.....
my bad :)

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