1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Two transverse waves traveling on a string combine to a standing wave. The displacements for the traveling waves are Y1(x,t) = 0.0200 m sin(2.00 m−1 x − 2.90 s−1 t + 0.40) and Y2(x,t) = 0.0200 m sin(2.00 m−1 x + 2.90 s−1 t + 0.80), respectively, where x is position along the string and t is time. Find the location of the first antinode for the standing wave at x > 0. Find the first t > 0 instance when the displacement for the standing wave vanishes everywhere. 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution I got the first part. The correct answer was .485 m. Now I wasnt sure if you should take the location where x is a maximum(anitnode) or where x is a minimum(node). Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.