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With ω/k = 2π/T / 2π/λ = velocity for both transverse mechanical waves and EM waves.

I can understand velocity as distance over time in mechanical wave. But how is the ratio

That is the maximum amplitudes of the

Is it correct to say that the " leading edges" of the

http://www.santarosa.edu/~lwillia2/42/WaveEquationDerivation.pdf

I can understand velocity as distance over time in mechanical wave. But how is the ratio

**E**m/**B**m = ω/k = c.That is the maximum amplitudes of the

**E**and**B**fields in the y and z planes corresponding to**c**in x direction ?Is it correct to say that the " leading edges" of the

**E**and**B**fields in y and z planes are at c ?http://www.santarosa.edu/~lwillia2/42/WaveEquationDerivation.pdf

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