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1. ### Math question from the inumerate

Ok, so we scale so that 2.5 or even 2.25 waves fit, it would seem logical that we get the same ratio of area scaling because we have the extra full half wave or part wave with a symmetrical division. The problem arises when we don't have a full half because for example the area of the 1st 1/4 of...
2. ### Math question from the inumerate

Ok, the scale thing makes perfect sense. I don't think I'm going to get the result I was looking for but another question. Unfortunately as I said, my maths is poor. Just going on intuition however, if you scale by half,including the length, the area under the curve reduces to a quarter right...
3. ### Math question from the inumerate

Could you explain this to me like I'm an idiot? Explaining what I said above, I want to be able to create a sine wave with one 'period??', calculate the arc length, then create another wave with two periods with the same boundry and the same arc length. So the amplitude will be less on the...
4. ### Math question from the inumerate

I'm trying to figure out what the relationship of the amplitude of waves of different frequencies given a fixed 'arc length?' and the total 'spread' being the same. So a standing wave with no elasticity. I'll try the formulas to see if I can work it out. If someone knows the relationship already...
5. ### Math question from the inumerate

Can someone tell me how to do this. How can I measure the length of the actual curve of a sine wave. The actual curve not the wavelength. Raavin :)