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heycoa
 2 years ago
How can I get the frequency, wavelength, and index of refraction out of the following wave:
E=E0*cos[pi*10^15(tx/.65c)]
heycoa
 2 years ago
How can I get the frequency, wavelength, and index of refraction out of the following wave: E=E0*cos[pi*10^15(tx/.65c)]

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Mashy
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.2\[E = Eo \cos ( \pi \times 10^{15} (t  x/.65c))\] compare this with the general equation \[E = Eo \cos ( \omega(t  x/v))\] where w is the angular frequency v is the wave velocity... now.. can you proceed?
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