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Ennio

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- Starting from the domain of t, is it possible to express the sinef function under the domain of movement?

Greetings,

is it possible to characterize a sinusoidal wave in the domain of time and then pass into the domain of movement along x direction?

I start with: a is the amplitude of the sine function and ω is the angular velocity. t is the time. I can express the angular velocity in funct. of the frequency n. In turn, n is velocity of the wave valong x divided its wavelength. Now, 2 pi over lambda is the wave number k and vt is the movement along x.

Does my derivation make sense to you?

E.

is it possible to characterize a sinusoidal wave in the domain of time and then pass into the domain of movement along x direction?

I start with: a is the amplitude of the sine function and ω is the angular velocity. t is the time. I can express the angular velocity in funct. of the frequency n. In turn, n is velocity of the wave valong x divided its wavelength. Now, 2 pi over lambda is the wave number k and vt is the movement along x.

Does my derivation make sense to you?

E.